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3D Imaging to Share the Past



Using 3D to Document and Share Vermont’s Past: The Vermont State University Digital Archaeology Project - Virtual

Matthew D. Moriarty, PhD, Assistant Professor of Archaeology,  Vermont State University

The Vermont State University Digital Archaeology Project was founded in 2019 to explore new avenues in archaeological research, digital curation, and educational outreach using 3D technologies. Over the last four years, VTSU faculty and students have utilized 3D imaging to document archaeological, museum, and private collections, and 3D printing to share those materials with the public.  This presentation highlights some of the project's early results and explores some of the methodological issues raised by 3D imaging and 3D printing of archaeological heritage.

LOCATION:  Zoom 

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