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Sad news about the church at least they did a real world digital scan, of the internal structure, with a laser mapping system, rebuilding the spire will be difficult for them based on the original architecture of Notre Dame.  


When you rebuild something, that not it anymore.


A2D3RS0N said:

Sad news about the church at least they did a real world digital scan, of the internal structure, with a laser mapping system, rebuilding the spire will be difficult for them based on the original architecture of Notre Dame.  

I would say to use this opportunity to not only rebuild but possibly enhance the structure and pay homage to the previous structure.  Making it exactly the same as before will never be the same.


revlisoft said:
A2D3RS0N said:

Sad news about the church at least they did a real world digital scan, of the internal structure, with a laser mapping system, rebuilding the spire will be difficult for them based on the original architecture of Notre Dame.  

I would say to use this opportunity to not only rebuild but possibly enhance the structure and pay homage to the previous structure.  Making it exactly the same as before will never be the same.

I agree, but I hope they make it as authentic to the original design with similar materials, no added steel or modern enhancements, more was lost then the parts of the building, the history of the craftsman's work along with art work that can never be replaced, or replicated.


A2D3RS0N said:
revlisoft said:
A2D3RS0N said:

Sad news about the church at least they did a real world digital scan, of the internal structure, with a laser mapping system, rebuilding the spire will be difficult for them based on the original architecture of Notre Dame.  

I would say to use this opportunity to not only rebuild but possibly enhance the structure and pay homage to the previous structure.  Making it exactly the same as before will never be the same.

I agree, but I hope they make it as authentic to the original design with similar materials, no added steel or modern enhancements, more was lost then the parts of the building, the history of the craftsman's work along with art work that can never be replaced, or replicated.

I agree that what was lost could never be replaced.  I don't thnk some steel or modern enhancements would be a bad thing but maybe if those enhancements were hidden inside and not visible and be able to help add safety features that would be the best of both worlds.  Given that they have gotten over a 1 billion dollars in donation it would make sense to add more safety features through out to prevent or mitigate or minimize future risks.


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Shouldn't the Vatican pay to rebuild it? I mean, they are one of the highest grossing businesses in the world--and don't kid yourself, they are a business. 1bn is a drop in the bucket for the church.


They're giving away an AC game for free every year, the incident at the Notre Dame just changed the time and title (last year it was Black Flag, the year before it was AC III, so it'd be AC Rogue this year) and free game giveaways are not a good fundraiser.

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zemzema said:

When you rebuild something, that not it anymore.

Many things were replaced on the cathedral over the years. By that logic we lost it in the Napoleonic wars or even before.


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