Archaeology has recently seen a rise in the use of digital tools and new technologies. However, in many cases, innovative tools are used to perform old operations, and their potential is not fully exploited to achieve equally innovative results. Moreover, in the practice of archaeological excavations, the collection of digital data proceeds alongside the collection of classic paper archives, thus prompting the necessity to find a way to combine different sets of data. The research team engaged in the ERC project LIFE (CoGrant 681673) is working on the identification of the most effective survey methods in relation to specific logistic and environmental conditions, as well as on the possibility to efficiently combine digital and paper archives, and is testing the results on two archaeological excavations in Egypt.
|Titolo:||Digital workflow to support archaeological excavation: From the 3D survey to the websharing of data|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2020|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||02.1 Contributo in Volume|