There was a time when you were allowed to touch the stones of Stonehenge. Now, thanks to heritage conservation, nobody can approach them. This raises thoughts about the value of enjoying monuments and sites to appeal to all our senses, build an intimate memory about them. Let’s hear it in the words of Our Lady Ruth Tringham…
CoDA is developing an integrated database solution to help manage survey and excavation records at the paleolithic site of Peyre Blanque.
Reporting on CoDA’s Lightroom Publishing Workflow for Organizing, Managing, and Publishing Archival Quality Images and Video.
In this video tutorial, we are focusing on 3D photography or photogrammetry. We will delve into how it works, a bit of its history, show some practical examples and walk us through the process. Along the way, we will look at some of the gotchas and the essentials that you will need to get started. Part 1 of 2.
We share useful links and upcoming major deadlines so you can start thinking and strategizing about your digital humanities grant proposal
How my archaeology internship resulted in the digitization and post-processing of an archaeological pottery collection into a typology database.