4D investigation of Digital Heritage an interactive application for the auxiliary fortress of Carnuntum

Abstract

Innovative methods (e.g. geophysical prospection, remote sensing prospections, 3D modeling and visualization) adapted to Cultural Heritage and Archaeology open a wide field of research which needs appropriate techniques, skills and workflows. However, Virtual Archaeology (VA) must be understood not only as a passive instrument for visualizing the data and results but rather as a digital tool that provides an interactive four dimensional framework where the user is able to visualize, explore, analyze and evaluate both raw-data and 3D reconstructions. In this paper we would like to present a new developed interactive application called Arch4DInspector developed by the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Archaeological Prospection and Virtual Archaeology (LBI ArchPro).

Publication
Second Digital Heritage International Congress

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