3D Technologies in Archaeology

This is a compilation of some of our other videos, and some new material, put together for the Council for British Archaeology Wessex regional conference, held at the Ordnance Survey headquarters in Southampton, UK.

In this short film, you can see the Stonehenge landscape in 3D, view some 3D models of bones from the Amesbury Archer’s skeleton, scans of WWI and WWII graffiti, and a new cut of the Seabed Prehistory archaeological reconstruction.

The video was put together by Tom Goskar at Wessex Archaeology wessexarch.co.uk/ We are grateful to other who made contributions over the past few years to make this possible. Credits and acknowledgements to these people and organisations are included in the film.


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