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Seeing in a New Light – Archaeological Computing Research Group Seminar

This Friday is the first ACRG seminar of the term, and we welcome all students and staff to attend. Seeing in a new light: How can polynomial texture mapping help record forensic investigations of cremations? Polynomial texture mapping is an image capture and processing technique used to record and represent details from a surface. It has been utilised in archaeology, cultural heritage projects, and forensics. Continue reading →

Seeing in a New Light – Archaeological Computing Research Group Seminar

Speaker: Sally Ford Location: Digital Archaeology Lab, Building 65a, Avenue Campus, Southampton Date: 26.10.2012, 2-3pm This Friday is the first ACRG seminar of the term, and we welcome all students and staff to attend. Seeing in a new light: How can polynomial texture mapping help record forensic investigations of cremations? Polynomial texture mapping is an image capture and processing technique used to record and represent details from a surface. Continue reading →

ExLab 2

sotonDH are partners in the Exlab 2 Project. The project, organised by The Big Picture artists collective, will result in a series of artworks being produced in response to the Jurassic Coast world heritage site. Each artwork represents a unique collaboration between an artist and a scientist or a scientific team. The project will form part of the Cultural Olympiad which will accompany the London Olympics during 2012. Continue reading →

Archaeology Seminar: 3D Imaging for Archaeology using Structured Light Technology: Developments in Systems for Remote Areas, Hostile Environments, and Maritime Archaeology

Christopher Begley (Transylvania University and University of Kentucky Center for Virtual and Visual Environments) will be talking in the Centre for Maritime Archaeology at the Avenue Campus on 3D Imaging for Archaeology using Structured Light Technology: Developments in Systems for Remote Areas, Hostile Environments, and Maritime Archaeology. Continue reading →

Archaeology Seminar: 3D Imaging for Archaeology using Structured Light Technology: Developments in Systems for Remote Areas, Hostile Environments, and Maritime Archaeology

Christopher Begley (Transylvania University and University of Kentucky Center for Virtual and Visual Environments) will be talking in the Centre for Maritime Archaeology at the Avenue Campus on 3D Imaging for Archaeology using Structured Light Technology: Developments in Systems for Remote Areas, Hostile Environments, and Maritime Archaeology. Continue reading →

Computationally Intensive Imaging

I gave a talk on humanities imaging interests at the Computationally Intensive Imaging USRG meeting today. We discussed possibilities for supercomputing based visualisation, and the new e-infrastructure south consortium. We also talked about the results from various Humanities trials of the mu-Vis Centre's CT facilities, and some photographic imaging such as RTI. Continue reading →