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Granada, 7 April 2010<br />XXXVIII ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON COMPUTER APPLICATIONS AND QUANTITATIVE METHODS IN ARCHAEOLOGY<br /...
Granada, 7 April 2010<br />XXXVIII ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON COMPUTER APPLICATIONS AND QUANTITATIVE METHODS IN ARCHAEOLOGY<br /...
 Testing an innovative Web3D-oriented technology.
 Finding new strategies for better communicating archaeology by using the Web as well as off-line museum installations.</l...
Granada, 7 April 2010<br />XXXVIII ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON COMPUTER APPLICATIONS AND QUANTITATIVE METHODS IN ARCHAEOLOGY<br /...
Granada, 7 April 2010<br />XXXVIII ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON COMPUTER APPLICATIONS AND QUANTITATIVE METHODS IN ARCHAEOLOGY<br /...
 A final testing has been carried out in order to assess its effectiveness.
 Several sites has been discovered in high risk areas.</li></li></ul><li>Granada, 7 April 2010<br />XXXVIII ANNUAL CONFERE...
Afterwards, they have been modeled and adjusted for a Web fruition.</li></li></ul><li>Granada, 7 April 2010<br />XXXVIII A...
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CAA \'10 Conference Presentation

  1. 1. Granada, 7 April 2010<br />XXXVIII ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON COMPUTER APPLICATIONS AND QUANTITATIVE METHODS IN ARCHAEOLOGY<br />A 3D model for detecting and communicating the Archaeological Risk<br />
  2. 2. Granada, 7 April 2010<br />XXXVIII ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON COMPUTER APPLICATIONS AND QUANTITATIVE METHODS IN ARCHAEOLOGY<br />Research goals<br /><ul><li>Improving the effectiveness of a predictive model in a 3D environment.
  3. 3. Testing an innovative Web3D-oriented technology.
  4. 4. Finding new strategies for better communicating archaeology by using the Web as well as off-line museum installations.</li></li></ul><li>Granada, 7 April 2010<br />XXXVIII ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON COMPUTER APPLICATIONS AND QUANTITATIVE METHODS IN ARCHAEOLOGY<br />Project framework<br />
  5. 5. Granada, 7 April 2010<br />XXXVIII ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON COMPUTER APPLICATIONS AND QUANTITATIVE METHODS IN ARCHAEOLOGY<br />Study Context<br />Pisa<br />Livorno<br />Tuscany<br />
  6. 6. Granada, 7 April 2010<br />XXXVIII ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON COMPUTER APPLICATIONS AND QUANTITATIVE METHODS IN ARCHAEOLOGY<br />The Predictive Model<br /><ul><li>An inductive Predictive Model has been set up.
  7. 7. A final testing has been carried out in order to assess its effectiveness.
  8. 8. Several sites has been discovered in high risk areas.</li></li></ul><li>Granada, 7 April 2010<br />XXXVIII ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON COMPUTER APPLICATIONS AND QUANTITATIVE METHODS IN ARCHAEOLOGY<br />A Web-oriented 3D model<br /><ul><li>The predictive model as well as other thematic maps have then been exported as VRML files.
  9. 9. Afterwards, they have been modeled and adjusted for a Web fruition.</li></li></ul><li>Granada, 7 April 2010<br />XXXVIII ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON COMPUTER APPLICATIONS AND QUANTITATIVE METHODS IN ARCHAEOLOGY<br />A new technology put to the test<br />XVR technology has been tested as a possible tool for improving 3D models performance through the Web.<br />
  10. 10. Granada, 7 April 2010<br />XXXVIII ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON COMPUTER APPLICATIONS AND QUANTITATIVE METHODS IN ARCHAEOLOGY<br />Research Perspectives<br /><ul><li>XVR technology can enable archaeologists to easily upload on a Web-oriented environment multiple contents.
  11. 11. There are certainly several issues related to the ease-of-use of such a tool needing to be faced.</li></li></ul><li>Granada, 7 April 2010<br />XXXVIII ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON COMPUTER APPLICATIONS AND QUANTITATIVE METHODS IN ARCHAEOLOGY<br />Thank You for your attention!<br />GiacomoLandeschi: g.landeschi@alumni.imtlucca.it<br />Marcello Carrozzino: marcello@sssup.it<br />

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