“GeoSCAPE: 3D Visualization of On-Site Archaeological Excavation Using a Vectorizing Tape Measure” by Lee, Dunn, Ren, Su and Ishii

  • ©Jay Lee, Blair Dunn, Sandia Ren, Victor Su, and Hiroshi Ishii

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    Art / Design

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    GeoSCAPE: 3D Visualization of On-Site Archaeological Excavation Using a Vectorizing Tape Measure

Session/Category Title:   Rethinking Space


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    GeoSCAPE is an on-site archaeological application that uses an orientation-aware digital tape measure as an input device for digitizing field measurements. It visualizes the resulting vectors with computer graphics.

References:


    1. Dillon, B.D. (Eds). (1993). Practical archaeology: Field and laboratory techniques and archaeological logistics. Los Angeles: University of California Press, 33-38.
    2. Lee, J., Su, V., Ren, S., & Ishii, H. (2000). HandSCAPE: A vectorizing tape measure for on-site measuring applications. In Proc. of Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems CHI’00, 137-144.


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