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Two Years Before the Past: VCL @ ASV

Bernard K. Means, Director, Virtual Curation Laboratory Last Friday, October 25, the Virtual Curation Laboratory (VCL) presented a slate of papers at the Archeological Society of Virginia (ASV) annual meeting focusing on our first two years of work in the VCL. A team of undergraduate researchers has been working under my direction the last two … Continue reading

Virtual Curation Exhibit and Museum Opens

by Bernard K. Means, Director Yesterday, October 21, my hard-working team and I held an exhibit opening at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU)’s James Branch Cabell Library in Richmond, Virginia. The exhibit opening was co-sponsored by the VCU Libraries, the VCU School of World Studies, the Virtual Curation Laboratory, and the VCU student-run Virtual Archaeology Scanning … Continue reading

Fire Up the Lasers! Creating 3D Avatars of Archaeological Objects

By Bernard K. Means, Director Today, October 19, 2013, is International Day of Archaeology, and I spent the day in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia, at the Alexandria Archaeology Museum. The City of Alexandria has an archaeology ordinance administered through Alexandria Archaeology, and some of their findings are on display in their museum.  My talk will … Continue reading

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