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The reconstruction of archaeological landscapes through digital technologies

proceedings of the 2nd Italy-United States Workshop, Rome, Italy, November 3-5, 2003, Berkeley, USA, May 2005

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Published by Archaeopress in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Archaeology -- Remote sensing -- Congresses.,
  • Landscape archaeology -- Congresses.,
  • Imaging systems in archaeology -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Other titlesArcheological landscapes through digital technologies
    Statementsponsored by CNR (National Research Council) ITABC (Institute of Technologies Applied to Cultural Heritage, Rome, Italy) ... [et. al.] ; edited by Maurizio Forte.
    GenreCongresses.
    SeriesBAR international series -- 1379
    ContributionsForte, Maurizio., Istituto per le tecnologie applicate ai beni culturali (Italy)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCC76.4 .R43 2005
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 263 p. :
    Number of Pages263
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16210823M
    ISBN 10184171819X
    LC Control Number2005434387

    His research focuses on a number of complex and interactive systems related to the reconstruction of terrestrial, social, political and virtual landscapes. He also applies cutting-edge technology for facilitating user experience and learning using emerging hardware and information computation in digital heritage.   This includes understanding Maya architecture and landscapes. This particular project used Web3D GIS and a customized tool called QueryArch3D. For historians, these tools offer a unique way to understand the past by reconstructing it using available historical or archaeological data. Using GIS Tools to Map HistoryAuthor: Mark Altaweel. Refereed International Journals, Conference Proceedings, Book and Book Chapters Forthcoming Ch’ng E., Li Y., Cai S. and Leow F.T. (accepted) The Effects of VR Environments on the Acceptance, Experience and Expectations of Cultural Heritage Learning, Journal of Computing and Cultural Heritage Ch’ng E. and Cai S. (accepted) Methods for Evaluating the Adoption and Use of. Title: The application of digital vertical aerial photogrammetry in the recording and analysis of archaeological landscape; Research topic: Economic viability of a digital photogrammetric solution to the archaeological research community. b. Lincolnshire, Great Britain. Title: Shedding light on the past: using lidar to understand ancient landscapes.


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