Preserving historical sites in 3D

With 3D imaging, archaeologists have a new set of tools to prevent the permanent loss of cultural sites.
(University of South Florida)

Advances in 3D imaging are giving archaeologists a new set of tools to prevent the permanent loss of cultural sites around the world. Lori Collins is the Co-Director of the Center for Virtualization and Applied Spatial Technologies at the University of South Florida.

Lori and her team use the latest advances in 3D imaging to preserve cultural sites around the world before they are lost, such as Cape Canaveral below. 


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