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An integrated approach to Archaeology: From the Fieldwork to Virtual Reality Systems

Forte, Maurizio; Pescarin, Sofia; Pietroni, Eva and Dell'Unto, Nicolo LU (2010) Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology In “Beyond the Artifact. Digital Interpretation of the Past”, Proceedings of CAA 2004 p.325-334
Abstract
The visualisation of an archaeological landscape passes through its representation, interpretation and reconstruction. Its

various and complex aspects can be described just through an integrated approach of disciplines, data and technologies.

Two directions have been undertaken by our research team: a narrative approach and a geographical-spatial one. The

narrative approach to cultural data is focused more on graphic and photo realistic scene generation, using software such

as 3DStudio Max and Virtools, which allow interactive, game-like quality applications for the web and Virtual Reality.

The work is based on the creation of complex behaviours inside the virtual worlds in order to stress the... (More)
The visualisation of an archaeological landscape passes through its representation, interpretation and reconstruction. Its

various and complex aspects can be described just through an integrated approach of disciplines, data and technologies.

Two directions have been undertaken by our research team: a narrative approach and a geographical-spatial one. The

narrative approach to cultural data is focused more on graphic and photo realistic scene generation, using software such

as 3DStudio Max and Virtools, which allow interactive, game-like quality applications for the web and Virtual Reality.

The work is based on the creation of complex behaviours inside the virtual worlds in order to stress the communication

through different types of narration (story-telling). (Less)
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Virtual Heritage, Story Telling, Communication, Archaeological Landscape Reconstruction
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“Beyond the Artifact. Digital Interpretation of the Past”, Proceedings of CAA 2004
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Nicolucci, Franco and Hermon, Sorin
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325 - 334
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Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology
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9789639911109
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  abstract     = {The visualisation of an archaeological landscape passes through its representation, interpretation and reconstruction. Its<br/><br>
various and complex aspects can be described just through an integrated approach of disciplines, data and technologies.<br/><br>
Two directions have been undertaken by our research team: a narrative approach and a geographical-spatial one. The<br/><br>
narrative approach to cultural data is focused more on graphic and photo realistic scene generation, using software such<br/><br>
as 3DStudio Max and Virtools, which allow interactive, game-like quality applications for the web and Virtual Reality.<br/><br>
The work is based on the creation of complex behaviours inside the virtual worlds in order to stress the communication<br/><br>
through different types of narration (story-telling).},
  author       = {Forte, Maurizio and Pescarin, Sofia and Pietroni, Eva and Dell'Unto, Nicolo},
  booktitle    = {“Beyond the Artifact. Digital Interpretation of the Past”, Proceedings of CAA 2004},
  editor       = {Nicolucci, Franco and Hermon, Sorin},
  isbn         = {9789639911109},
  keyword      = {Virtual Heritage,Story Telling,Communication,Archaeological Landscape Reconstruction},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {325--334},
  title        = {An integrated approach to Archaeology: From the Fieldwork to Virtual Reality Systems},
  year         = {2010},
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