War in 3D

We launched the “War in 3D” project.

This project is aimed at documenting and analyzing the consequences of military aggression on the territory of Ukraine. It is designed to provide the necessary information for the restoration of destroyed objects, bringing the guilty to justice and raising public awareness of the consequences of military actions in Ukraine.

Using 3D scanning and photogrammetry, our team digitizes destroyed cities, buildings, cultural heritage, infrastructure and other objects affected by military operations. This data will help to rebuild destroyed objects after the end of the conflict and will serve as relevant evidence for international authorities in war crimes cases.

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Our goal

The purpose of the “War in 3D” project is to document, analyze and visualize the consequences of military aggression in Ukraine using modern 3D technologies. This project aims to collect data on destroyed cities, buildings, infrastructure and other objects affected by military operations, ensure their digitization and preservation.

Destroyed objects as a result of Russian aggression

Thanks to our project, we preserve unique monuments and architecture that suffered from Russian aggression. These destroyed objects have great historical and cultural value, and we must do everything possible to prevent them from disappearing without a trace.

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The main goals of the "War in 3D" project:

Documentation provision:
Gather evidence of the destruction and damage caused by military action using 3D scanning and photogrammetry. This will allow creating a voluminous archive of materials for further use in restoration works and legal proceedings.
Visualization of destruction:
Creation of 3D models of destroyed objects, which will help to visually demonstrate the scale of destruction and the impact of military operations on the life of the local population and historical monuments.
Recovery Support:
Use of collected data for post-conflict reconstruction planning and implementation. 3D models can be used as a basis for reconstruction of destroyed objects and infrastructure.
Provision of certificates for international bodies:
Presentation of collected data and 3D models to international organizations and judicial institutions for the investigation and accountability of war crimes and violations of international humanitarian law. Appropriate documentation can assist in uncovering war crimes and bringing perpetrators to justice.
Public engagement and awareness raising:
Dissemination of information about the "War in 3D" project in order to attract the public, including volunteers, researchers and other interested parties, who can help in collecting data and popularizing the project. It is also important to raise awareness at the international level about the situation in Ukraine and the consequences of military aggression for the country.
Technology development and cooperation:
Promoting the development of new technologies and methods in the field of 3D scanning and photogrammetry, cooperation with technological companies and scientific institutions with the aim of constantly improving the processes of documentation and analysis of destroyed objects.
Our partners

We would like to express our sincere thanks to the organizations that supported our “Save Ukraine in 3D” project. Your support helps us preserve the cultural heritage and history of Ukraine, and we appreciate every bit of help. Together we can preserve our history and culture for future generations.

About Us

Our team are professionals who have dedicated their lives to preserving cultural heritage so that you can be sure of the quality of our work. We invite you to join our project and support the preservation of the cultural heritage of Ukraine.

Your donation will help us increase our capacity and continue our work on this vital mission. Your support will help us not only preserve these sights for future generations but also make them accessible to everyone.

Thanks to our project, we can preserve unique monuments, architecture, and objects that suffered from Russian aggression. These destroyed objects have great historical and cultural value, and we must do everything possible to prevent them from disappearing without a trace.

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