VR for interpreting the past
tors 26 mar


VR for interpreting the past

Hear Niccolo Dell’Unto, Department of Archaeology and Ancient History at Lund University talk about how Virtual Reality brings new dimensions of archeological sites and culture heritage.

The possibility to visually analyze in three dimensions complex archaeological environments provides scholars with the opportunity to experience new ways to engage with material culture. By presenting different archaeological projects undertaken by the Department of Archaeology and Ancient History at Lund University, this talk will discuss how this approach allowed the identification of information impossible to detect with more traditional methods from the perspective of visualization and temporal reasoning.

The lecture is in English.

Lyssna på hur 3D-tekniken används för att tolka det förflutna. Niccolo Dell’Unto, vid Arkeologiska institutionen vid Lunds Universitet använder sig av modern teknik och design för att visualisera informationen från arkeologiska platser.

Föreläsningen sker på engelska.

Toppbild: foto, Kennet Ruona.