Tag: archaeology

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ARQUEOLÓGICA 2.0

ARQUEOLÓGICA 2.0 will analize both the present and future of documentation, reconstruction and computer aided render techniques, applied to archaeological heritage and culture. The main aim is to offer an updated overview about the Archaeology of XXI Century. Continue reading


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MoU between DCH-RP and ARIADNE

Aim of the agreement is to promote and support scientific collaboration between the Archaeological research Infrastructures and DCH-RP partners in order to share knowledge in the sector of digital preservation of DCH and to cooperate to the dissemination of the projects’ results. Continue reading


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Italian Virtual Heritage School: Virtual Archaeology 2013

The 2013 edition of the school focused on the following main areas: processing of 3D/2D sampled data, technologies enabling easy production of multimedia presentation for the web or for museum kiosks, interpretation and reconstruction of the archaeological and ancient landscape, through Virtual Reality and Computer Graphics techniques. Continue reading


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XVI Edition of Mediterranean Exchange of Archaeological Tourism

This event has an international dimension and hosts the annual presence of WTO, UNESCO, ICCROM. Continue reading


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18th International Conference on Cultural Heritage and New Technologies – CHNT18

Urban Archaeology and “Correct” documentation - Documenting the Data “Beauty is truth, truth beauty, – that is all Ye know on earth, and all ye need to know.” (Keats: “Ode on a Grecian Urn”)   Documentation of archaeological and cultural heritage … Continue reading


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CHNT17, Vienna conference of Cultural Heritage and New Technologies

The main topic of the 17th International Conference on Cultural Heritage and New Technologies, which took place from the 5th-7th November in the City Hall of Vienna, Austria was Urban Archaeology and Excavation. The participants had had the opportunity to discuss rescue excavations, burial archaeology, building archaeology, church excavations and 3D reconstructions – to mention only a few of the sub-topics. Continue reading


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Augmented reality: enriching culture

Augmented Reality was initially used for military, industrial, and medical applications, but was soon applied to commercial and entertainment areas as well. In the cultural sector, it can be of particular relevance in the fields of archaeology, architecture, art, city planning, for applications in tourism, education, social innovation Continue reading


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Training Workshop for Site Managers takes “Training for Sustainability Site Management Plan: From Theory to Practice”.

Amman (Jordan) 18-22 November 2012 Training Workshop for Site Managers takes “Training for Sustainability Site Management Plan: From Theory to Practice”. The workshop is for archaeological site managers, those working in the different sites in Jordan and those interested from … Continue reading


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MEGA-Jordan: a State-of-the-Art System for Jordan’s archaeological sites

The development and implementation of a bilingual Arabic-English, Web-based national geographic information system (GIS) for Jordan’s Department of Antiquities (DoA) is the central focus of the Middle Eastern Geodatabase for Antiquities, Jordan (MEGA-J) project. The project was designed and developed by the Getty Conservation Institute (GCI), the World Monuments Fund (WMF) and Jordan’s Department of Antiquities (DoA). Continue reading


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CHNT Conference on Cultural Heritage and New Technologies

This session focused on best practice methods in 3D reconstruction of urban environments. Since 3D Reconstructions are usually done as post-excavation interpretation of excavated data, this session investigated the process of reconstruction to a larger time-frame. Continue reading