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Multimedia in Three Dimensions for Archaeology ; Information Retrieval With Interactive Models

@inproceedings{Jacobson1999MultimediaIT,
  title={Multimedia in Three Dimensions for Archaeology ; Information Retrieval With Interactive Models},
  author={Jeffrey Jacobson},
  year={1999}
}
An interactive three-dimensional model is an effective tool for the display of archeological data. Spatial data from a site can be directly visualized as the central model, while much of the non-spatial information can be presented with text, sound, animations or other such tools. The close relationship between the spatial and non-spatial data (i.e. an artifact and its name) allows tight coupling between the model and other displays, to the point where they may blend into the model itself. The… 
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