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VCU 3D @ MAAC 2012

By Project Director Dr. Bernard K. Means The Middle Atlantic Archaeology Conference (MAAC) was held March 23 to March 25, 2012 in Virginia Beach, Virginia.  Despite the lure of the unseasonably warm weather most days, VCU’s Virtual Curation Unit managed to maintain a strong presence on Friday and Saturday of the conference.  We staffed an … Continue reading

Smoke Dreams: 3D Imaging of American Indian tobacco pipes on exhibit at The State Museum of Pennsylvania

By project director Bernard K. Means (written March 13, 2012) The coffee shop/bookstore I went into this morning in Harrisburg is in the same location where a Starbucks once was located.  Same sort of tattooed and pierced servers as before, but the Gregorian chants playing over the loud speaker and the Christian iconography suggested that … Continue reading

Virtual Curation Unit 3D Scan Included in New Website from the Virginia State Archaeology Office

The Virginia Department of Historic Resources uploaded a new slide show to their Historic Virginia section that includes a Pamplin pipe scanned by our very own Virtual Curation Unit! The slide show can be found here: The Pamplin Pipe Factory

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