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Recently a book chapter on some of our work in the MayaArch3D project on “Structuring Archaeological Data to Deliver Interactive, Transparent 3D Reconstructions in a 3D WebGIS” has been published in the edited book “3D Research Challenges in Cultural Heritage II”.
Creating 3D reconstructions is a common approach today in archaeology and cultural heritage. The problem [...]

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GIScience HD @AGIT 2016

Last week members of the GIScience Research Group were attending the AGIT - Symposium and Exhibit for applied Geoinformatics in Salzburg. Beside the interesting welcome note given by Anita Graser from AIT talking about the Open Data, Open Source and Open Services and the impact for Geospatial Information Systems, further keynotes and conference talks followed, [...]

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Easily visualize your 3D data on the web using up-to-date web technologies without additional plug-ins.
The GIScene.js framework is easy to use and extendable. Based on the famous Three.js API, it introduces GIS concepts like Layers, Controls, Coordinates, Projections and more. If you are familiar with the web mapping library OpenLayers you will find this library [...]

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Archaeological projects increasingly collect airborne LiDAR data to use as a remote sensing tool for survey and analysis. Publication possibilities for LiDAR datasets, however, are limited due to the large size and often proprietary nature of the data. Fortunately, web-based, geographic information systems (WebGIS) that can securely manage temporal and spatial data hold great [...]

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The MayaArch3D project held its final closing meeting at the German Archaeological Institute in Bonn from the 4th to the 5th of June 2015. Two days of discussions and presentations demonstrated the results of the 3-year BMBF (German Ministry of Education and Research) funded project “MayaArch3D - A Web-based 3D-GIS for the Analysis of the [...]

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The project MayaArch3D presents itself in the “60-seconds-science-countdown” in the context of the “Wissenschaftsjahr 2014″ (Year of Sciences 2014) of the german Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).
The Year of Sciences 2014 is a series of events and projects dealing with impact of the digitisation on our society.
Check out the video at:
http://www.digital-ist.de/aktuelles/60-seconds-science-countdown/mayaarch3d.html

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