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  • Full resolution PTM | The Antikythera Mechanism Research Project
    imaged on more than one PTM per fragment You will have to download the PTM viewer available on the same page to browse the data on your computer You can also browse online the Interactive Relighting of the Antikythera Mechanism which is a small portion of the total data set provided at a reduced resolution No PTM viewer is needed but the Java Runtime Environment has to be installed on your computer Below is a table with the complete list of the PTMs the corresponding fragments and views click here for the list sorted by fragment letter or number You may also view and download the attached pdf files at the bottom of this page See also this cross reference list compiled by Herb Johnson between the PTM numbering scheme and the standard nomenclature for the Antikythera Mechanism fragments which is based on the work done by Mary Zafeiropoulou PTM Fragment View AK1a 19 front AK1b 19 reverse AK2a 21 24 25 26 front AK2b 21 24 25 26 reverse AK3a 22 30 front AK3b 22 30 reverse AK4a 20 23 front AK4b 20 23 reverse AK5a 27 28 29 front AK5b 27 28 29 reverse 1 2 3 4

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  • Computed Tomography (CT) | The Antikythera Mechanism Research Project
    from Computed Tomography CT can not be released online since the data sets are much too large and are not exploitable as is But animations from CT reconstructions can be browsed as standard movies These movies were created in 2006 and 2008 with the VGStudio MAX software Click on the links below for more videos and better resolution Bookmark Search this post with Google Plus One Pinterest Tweets by antikytheradive

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  • Digital Radiographs | The Antikythera Mechanism Research Project
    coupled with a 16 Perkin Elmer flat panel detector The Perkin Elmer detector is 2048 x 2048 pixels square with a pixel pitch of 0 4mm or 400μm In most cases the fragments were magnified by a factor of between 2 7 to 4 4 times giving rise to typical scaled pixel sizes of about 75 to 46μm The main fragments were imaged at X Ray potentials of 200 150 and 100kV The small fragments were only imaged at 150kV For the purpose of uniformity the radiographs presented here were all imaged at 150kV The main fragments were imaged individually the small fragments were imaged in small groups of up to 7 The Perkin Elmer is a 16 bit detector and produces monochrome digital radiographs with 65536 grey levels These have been converted to 8 bit images 256 grey levels by scaling the contrast to best fit the dynamic range These have then subsequently been compressed and saved as JPEG files Where appropriate the images have been cropped and radiographs of groups of images have been sub divided so that there is a single fragment per image The image dimensions have been cropped to commonly used sizes 256 384 512

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  • The models | The Antikythera Mechanism Research Project
    Some computer models of the Antikythera Mechanism See also this page by Tony Freeth written in 2007 discussing old and new models of the Antikythera Mechanism These pages are in the process of being updated Researchers engineers students etc developing or building their own models are encouraged to inform us in order to have their work listed here Bookmark Search this post with Google Plus One Pinterest Ελληνικά Tweets by

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  • Solid Models of the Antikythera Mechanism | The Antikythera Mechanism Research Project
    been integrated into at least three models made by Michael Wright Dionysios Kriaris Massimo Vicentini and Tatjana van Vark while the Research Group is developing a model based on the ongoing research At the same time models are being made for educational purposes by various institutions and individuals around the world Furthermore some unique mechanisms are being created based on the Antikythera Mechanism like the watch designed by Mathias Buttet for Hublot List of models of the Antikythera Mechanism and of mechanisms inspired by it The model constructed by Ioannis Theofanidis Models made by and for Derek de Solla Price The model by Allan Bromley The model constructed and updated by Michael Wright in London integrates the findings of the AMRP Michael Wright says of his model The model is based on my own research but has been slightly altered to agree with the findings of the Antikythera Mechanism Research Project My mechanism includes the five planets known to antiquity and the previous existence of a now lost planetary display appears to be supported by the newly discovered inscriptions Dionysis Kriaris in Greece has built a model based on the new findings which is now in display at the Children Museum of Manhattan and forms part of the Gods Myths and Mortals exhibition Variations of this model which is not functional are on display at the Museum A model from Italy was built by Massimo Vicentini Vicentini worked with the new results from the AMRP but his model also departs from the AMRP model It reflects a personal view with his own added features based on the earlier model by Allan Bromley An extremely impressive model although clearly detached from the ancient artefact was made in the Netherlands by Tatjana van Vark as an essence of the Antikythera Mechanism The

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  • Computer Models of the Antikythera Mechanism | The Antikythera Mechanism Research Project
    Antikythera Mechanism Computer Models of the Antikythera Mechanism A virtual model of the Antikythera Mechanism made by Michael Wright and Mogi Vicentini See also The Antikythera Mechanism on Squeak EToys by Diomidis Spinellis An Antikythera Mechanism simulation for Android devices by Fiv Asim Antikythera Mechanism simulations by Manos Roumeliotis Bookmark Search this post with Google Plus One Pinterest Tweets by antikytheradive Upgrade tasks Check upgrade status Update modules Enable maintenance

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  • History | The Antikythera Mechanism Research Project
    History History Some useful sources from ancient science and technology A short history of the Antikythera Mechanism after its discovery A database of the people involved in the research and other activities around the Antikythera Mechanism and the shipwreck ongoing work Bookmark Search this post with Google Plus One Pinterest Ελληνικά Tweets by antikytheradive Upgrade tasks Check upgrade status Update modules Enable maintenance mode Verify maintenance theme Verify access to

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  • People | The Antikythera Mechanism Research Project
    Sponge Diver Perikles Rediadis 1901 1905 Researcher on the Mechanism Marine officer Valerios Stais 1901 1901 Archaeologist Museum staff Konstantinos Rados 1902 1905 Historian Researcher on the Mechanism Ioannis Svoronos 1902 1902 Archaeologist Researcher on the Mechanism Othon Rousopoulos 1902 1903 Scientific and or Technical support staff Chemist Conservator August Wilhelm 1902 1902 Researcher on the Mechanism Philologist and or Epigraphist Albert Rehm 1903 1910 Archaeologist Researcher on the Mechanism Philologist and or Epigraphist Ioannis Theofanidis 1923 1934 Model Maker Researcher on the Mechanism Marine officer Derek John de Solla Price 1953 1983 Researcher on the Mechanism Historian of Science and or Technology Physicist Jacques Yves Cousteau 1953 1976 Involved in wreck survey Diver Albert Falco 1953 1976 Involved in wreck survey Diver Francis Nimal 1959 Article and or book author Engineer Peter Throckmorton 1965 1965 Article and or book author Diver Charalambos Karakalos 1971 1974 Researcher on the Mechanism Radiophysicist Lefteris Tsavliris 1976 1976 Involved in wreck survey Diver Lazaros Kolonas 1976 2005 Archaeologist Government official Involved in wreck survey Michael T Wright 1980 Model Maker Researcher on the Mechanism Historian of Science and or Technology Mechanic Physicist Eleni Mangou 1990 Initial AMRP Member Museum staff Chemist Dionysios Kriaris 1999 Model Maker Mathematician Mike Edmunds 2000 Astronomer Astrophysicist Initial AMRP Member Tony Freeth 2002 Initial AMRP Member Film maker Mathematician Xenophon Moussas 2005 Astronomer Astrophysicist Initial AMRP Member Pantelis Feleris 2005 Museum staff Conservator John Hugh Seiradakis 2005 Astronomer Astrophysicist Initial AMRP Member Agamemnon Tselikas 2005 Initial AMRP Member Philologist and or Epigraphist Mary Zafeiropoulou 2005 Archaeologist Initial AMRP Member Museum staff Nomiki Palaiokrassa 2005 Archaeologist Museum staff Tom Malzbender 2005 AMRP Collaborator Computer scientist Roger Hadland 2005 AMRP Collaborator Radiophysicist Engineer Andrew Ramsey 2005 AMRP Collaborator Radiophysicist Yanis Bitsakis 2005 Exhibition Curator Initial AMRP Member Historian of Science

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