Using visualization in the archaeological excavations of a pre-Inca temple in Peru

@article{Kalvin1996UsingVI,
  title={Using visualization in the archaeological excavations of a pre-Inca temple in Peru},
  author={Alan D. Kalvin and Alfredo Remy and Orlando Ardito and Kim Morla and Eduardo Nolasco and Jorge Prado and Regulo Franco and Antonio Murga and Guillermo Wiese},
  journal={Proceedings of Seventh Annual IEEE Visualization '96},
  year={1996},
  pages={359-362}
}
We describe an on-going project that is using visualization as an indispensable tool for the restoration of the disintegrated ceiling of a ritual precinct that was discovered during archaeological excavations of a group of pre-Inca temples in Peru. This ceiling is unique-it is the only one ever found that has pictures painted on it, rather than being simply white-washed. The restoration of the ceiling, and the recovery of these iconographic figures will provide an unprecedented opportunity to… CONTINUE READING

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