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  1. Here are some additional tools to enable web publication and shared scholarship of 3D and complex, high-resolution data sets, in addition to the CHER-Ob project at Yale that Eleni Kotoula mentioned in the previous post: ARIADNE Visual Media Service: http://visual.ariadne-infrastructure.eu/ Archaeological Data Service: http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/archives/ Both of these sites are based on the 3D Heritage Online Presenter (3DHOP) developed by the Visual Computing Lab (CNR-ISTI), who, as Carla noted, also developed Meshlab and the RTIViewer. Along with the free RTI Mobile App, there are lots of new tools being developed for data sharing and scholarship.
  2. Two remote sensing articles in Spiegel Online Inernational “Picture This” feature: Underwater photogrammetry and light detection and ranging (LIDAR /LADAR) with great images! Florian Huber University of Kiel's Institute of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Archaeology, documenting Yucatan’s cenotes using underwater photogrammetry: http://www.spiegel.de/international/zeitgeist/german-archaeologists-explore-the-mysterious-cenotes-of-mexico-a-869940.html And Axel Posluschny, Archaeolandscapes Europe (ArcLand), which operates under the Roman-Germanic Commission of the German Archaeological Institute participating in the €5 million undertaking to increase the archaeological use of modern remote-sensing technology such as LIDAR, ground-penetrating radar and other electric and magnetic techniques: http://www.spiegel.de/international/zeitgeist/remote-scanning-techniques-revolutionize-archaeology-a-846793.html
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