Computational Photography, 3-D Modeling, and Online Publication of Basketry for Cache Cave, California

  title={Computational Photography, 3-D Modeling, and Online Publication of Basketry for Cache Cave, California},
  author={Eleni Kotoula and David W. Robinson and Devlin Gandy and Edward A. Jolie},
  journal={Advances in Archaeological Practice},
  pages={366 - 381}
ABSTRACT Advanced 2-D and 3-D computer visualizations are increasingly being used for recording and documentation, analysis, dissemination, and public engagement purposes. Recent technological advances not only considerably improve data acquisition, processing, and analysis but also enable easy and efficient online presentation. This article evaluates the contributions of advanced 2-D and 3-D computer visualization and discusses the potential of 3-D modeling for recording basketry technology… 

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