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Rock Art Research in the Digital Era: Case Studies from the 20th International Rock Art Congress IFRAO 2018, Valcamonica (Italy)Miguel Carrero-Pazos, Rebecca Döhl, Julian Jansen van Rensburg, Paolo Medici and Alia Vázquez-Martínez
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Rock Art Research in the Digital Eracovers the research presented at the 20th International Rock Art Congress (IFRAO) held in Darfo Boario Terme, Valcamonica (Italy), from 29 August - 2 September 2018. With a broad understanding of digital archaeology, a diverse range of specialists demonstrate how digital technologies can benefit the study of rock art in a variety of contexts. Digital methods and 3D modelling are significantly changing the field of rock art documentation and interpretation, with new approaches that allow us to make eroded rock art panels more visible, especially in cases where the human eye or a raking light is ineffective. Using numerous case studies, this book illustrates how cutting-edge methodologies are integrated within 3D modelling workflows, and how these can manage and disseminate the results to the public in an interactive way.
Publisher: BAR Publishing
- 9781407360119 (paper)
- 9781407360126 (ebook)
BAR Number: S3098