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THE DIVERSITY OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL VIRTUAL WORLDS

@inproceedings{Barcel2010THEDO,
  title={THE DIVERSITY OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL VIRTUAL WORLDS},
  author={Juan A. Barcel{\'o} and Maurizio Forte and Donald H. Sanders},
  year={2010}
}
The concept of virtual archaeology was first proposed by Paul Reilly (1990) to refer to the use of 3D computer models of ancient buildings and artefacts. The key concept is virtual, an allusion to a model, a replica, the notion that something can act as a surrogate or replacement for an original. Virtual reality is being used as a generic word to refer to the growing range of dynamic-interactive visualisation (Gillings 1999, Lloret 1999). Virtual reality is such a hot concept that many people… 

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