by Bernard K. Means, Project Director
We had a good year at the Virtual Curation Laboratory and I’m certainly proud of the hard work by the student interns and volunteers who made this possible. Expect an even bigger year next year as we expand more into applying the virtual models we’ve created in research, education, and public outreach. I’ll leave you with the digital model of an American Indian chipped stone tool created for other reasons but that resembles a certain kind of tree popular this time of year–slightly modified.
And, here’s the animated model!