Ben J. C. Jackson

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Methodology For the past decade, 3D archaeological visualisations have mostly been representing photo-realistic reconstructions of ancient monuments. While these can be constructive in a museum or tourist context , the archaeological community has long stressed the need for reconstructions showing where the actual remains end and the assumptions begin.(More)
By uncertainty, we define an archaeological expert's level of confidence in an interpretation deriving from gathered evidence. Archaeologists and computer scientists have urged caution in the use of 3D for archaeological reconstructions because the availability of other possible hypotheses is not always being acknowledged. This poster presents a 3D(More)
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