We are just back from a road trip to the Vall de Boí, high in the Spanish Pyrenees. This is the valley from which the frescos we have long admired in the Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya (MNAC) in Barcelona were taken early in the 20th century.
I have created a short video of the computer-generated mapping show of the frescos in San Climent de Taüll, which effectively recreates these works of art from the Romanesque period. Here is the video:
I am experimenting with a new app called Doodly, which generates images that appear as drawings made by an onscreen hand.