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Rethinking Space
 
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Jacquelyn Martino
Philips Research, USA

CAL   GeoSCAPE: 3D Visualization of On-Site Archaelogical Excavation Using a Vectorizing Tape Measure
GeoSCAPE is an on-site archaeological application that uses an orientation-aware digital tape measure as an input device for digitizing field measurements. It visualizes the resulting vectors with computer graphics.
 
Jay Lee
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Media Laboratory
20 Ames Street, E15-444
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139 USA
jaylee@media.mit.edu


Tailored Virtual Tours in Cultural Heritage Worlds
Hercules In Pompeii is a case study for accessing tailored versions of virtual environments for archaeological sites using an XML-based markup language to describe databases of 3D objects and historical information.
 
Antonella Guidazzoli
CINECA VIS.I.T. Lab
via Magnanelli, 6/3
Casalecchio di Reno
Bologna 40033 ITALY
a.guidazzoli@cineca.it


MorphZhapes
MorphZhapes is Java-based non-point-to-point morphing software that blends concepts from architecture, design, the arts, and computer science with creative experimentation.
 
Kostas Terzidis
University of California, Los Angeles
405 Hilgard Avenue
Los Angeles, California 90095-1467 USA
kostas@ucla.edu

 

 

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