Archive | May 2014

CRHR 3D Imagery in Virtual Museum in the UK!


The inclusion of 3D data within a virtual environment, in this case a virtual museum in the United Kingdom (UK), was a happenstance occurrence, and one that expands the use-life of the 3D scans of Caddo vessels by making them available to a broader audience. During our recent morphometric analysis, and while the construction of CRHR:ARCHAEOLOGY  was underway, the Vanderpool collection was the topic of numerous blog posts; one of which spurred this novel collaboration.

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The virtual museum (Melaney and Rigby 2014) was rendered in an AVAYALIVE ENGAGE virtual environment by Mark Melaney and Ken Rigby of MellaniuM, Inc. in Preston, UK. In this case, the virtual museum provided the option to link the exhibit of FIN-S7  directly to the metadata in CRHR:ARCHAEOLOGY. The end result is an interactive environment (think videogames) where users can view an accurate virtual rendering of the vessel in both two-dimensions (2D) and…

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