Digitally and Culturally, There’s Room for Research
Digital advamncements that have provided additional ways to record the past.
Beyond the Drone: Seeing the Invisible
By Nicole Lathrop A birds eye view can always tell us more. More about layout. More about structure. More about how the past and the present overlap. Its no wonder that the use of GIS in the field of archaeology has been long embedded in the study for understanding a sites context. In the necessity…
Drone Archaeology and The Evolution of Studying the Past: 3D modeling and the hunt for anomalies
By Nicole Lathrop You can’t see the forest through the trees. Likewise, it’s hard to see the feature when you’re standing on it. Drones have created opportunities to see the invisible, record the inaccessible and conceptualize the intangible. When combining drone technology with newer computer processing options, the sky, or – in an archaeologist’s case…