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Happy Halloween from the Virtual Curation Laboratory

by Bernard K.  Means Last night I digitally carved a pumpkin that I 3D scanned last year. You can find a downloadable model of this pumpkin here: https://skfb.ly/69T9P Today, I 3D printed the skeleton. And,  finally, Kristen Egan applied paint to make the  replica look real. Advertisements

An Artistic Interpretation of the ASV Conference

by Bernard K. Means I returned yesterday from the annual meeting of the Archeological Society of Virginia (ASV) at Natural Bridge, Virginia. There, I and four Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) students along with colleagues from Germanna Archaeology and the Virginia Museum of Natural History presented a poster session on Virginia Archaeology (as detailed here). One … Continue reading

Uncovering and Exploring the Fragments that Assemble Virginia’s History

By Bernard K. Means Yesterday, October 27, 2017, a poster session I organized was presented at the annual meeting of the Archeological Society of Virginia, this year held at Natural Bridge, Virginia, which is Virginia’s most recent state park. The session’s abstract read: We sometimes forget that not all archaeological research takes place in exotic … Continue reading

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