In this video it is possible to see two different kind of 3D (x,y,z) archaeological data, coming from an excavation and loaded in gvSIG:
1) 3D documentation of a grave
2) 3D reconstruction of the church in which the grave was found
Considering a fourth dimension (t – time -) an archaeological documentation refers to the moment in which the archaeological evidence is registered (for the grave march 2010), while the 3D reconstruction refers to one of the phases of the object during its “life”, after its deposition/construction (for the churc is the XIX century phase).
In gvSIG it is possible to load both documentation and reconstruction till a complete 4D management of the excavation data.