Stefano Calò


With the arrival of the “Digital Age” and new technologies, modern archeology started to deal with the concept of 3-Dimension. Educational text books on archaeological methodology still tend to classify, however, the third dimension primarily as a spatial attribute. But by moving out of this pragmatic definition, we will realize that the use of digital acquisition techniques, which allow to carry out the analysis of archaeological artifacts without tactile contact and with a high degree of detail, call for new skills of digital data acquisition and management. The results that can be obtained may be innovative under several dimensions in comparison with what can be obtained by using traditional techniques.

Parole chiave

3D; Archeologia; Fotogrammetria; cultura materiale

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