Had a great time yesterday, so decided it was time to blog about it: vcuarchaeology3d.wordpress.com/2012/08/11/they-went-that-away-the-humanities-and-technology-that-camp-in-computational-archaeology/
Monthly Archive: August 2012
Curious about the options for using on-site photography as a data-collection method for 3D, whether into GIS or models of interesting features. I’m thinking about everything from aerial photography to using applications like Photomodeler. Not doing much myself, so I’m interested in learning.
Archaeologists are familiar with 3D reconstructions for virtual reality as an enhancement to the museum-goer/tourist experience or for illustrative purposes. Architectural reconstructions themselves are academic. Even though 3D reconstructions are hypothetical, a lot of research goes into creating something that could have appeared or functioned in the way that you envisioned. Once your model has …
There are three more days to submit session proposals for THATCamp CAA-NA. We have a good number so far, but not quite enough to keep the all of the participants, with their diverse array of backgrounds and interests, occupied for the whole day. If you’ve got problems, ideas, technologies, or projects you’ve been wrestling with, …