Time: 7:00 pm til 8:00 pm
Location: Flagler Room, Flagler College
Description: Using the latest in 3D and specialized imaging tools, archaeologists and GIScience specialists with the University of South Florida Libraries' Digital Heritage and Humanities Collections are working in partnership with the Southeast Archeological Center of the National Park Service, creating up-to-date as-built and 3D models of the Castillo de San Marcos and Fort Matanzas. These data will be used to monitor and analyze change and to assist in planning and management of these important masonry structures. The results will also help to create interactive tourism and learning opportunities for the public, such as 3D models and virtual reality tours. In this talk, we will focus on some of our early results and share a vision for how these data will be used, shared, and help in the preservation planning for these nationally significant resources.
Lecture presented by Lori Collins, Research Associate, USF Libraries and School of Geosciences
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