Exploring how digital technology can be used to preserve, protect, and mobilize knowledge about Alberta's diverse heritage sites.

From tent rings and bison jumps to large scale industrial structures, Alberta's heritage resources reflect our collective histories. Wildfires, flooding, vandalism, and development continue to place Alberta's heritage at varying degrees of risk. Reality capture technologies like terrestrial laser scanning (TLS) and aerial photogrammetry can be used to digitally capture and preserve provincial heritage resources. This archive serves as a repository for these digital data sets so they will remain accessible to future generations. Scroll down or click on the button below to view interactive 3D models and other content! Be sure to visit the archive often, as more and more heritage sites are added.

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Jobber’s House

Jobber’s House

Calgary’s first European settlement was in the area now called Fish Creek Provincial Park. First homesteaded by John Glenn, his original farm underwent multiple exchanges and transformations before being sold in 1902 to Patrick Burns, one of the Big Four…

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