//
archives

vcuarchaeology3d

vcuarchaeology3d has written 139 posts for the Virtual Curation Laboratory

From Anthropology on a Whim to 3D Point Typologies

by Liz Ale My name is Liz Ale, and Iā€™m a senior anthropology major at Virginia Commonwealth University. In truth, I declared my major as anthropology on a whim, as I thought it sounded mildly interesting while browsing the course catalogue. Throughout high school I was plagued by boredom and apathy, but my time spent … Continue reading

Arti-facts and Arti-fictions: Presenting the Past with Archaeology in the Community

by Bernard K. Means, Director The Virtual Curation Laboratory was visited on December 6, 2013 by Dr. Alexandra Jones of Archaeology in the Community. Archaeology in the Community is described on their web site as: “a nonprofit educational organization dedicated to revealing the various ways in which archaeologists uncover the secrets of the past.” Dr. … Continue reading

14 for 2014: 14 Animated Digital Models from the Virtual Curation Laboratory

by Bernard K. Means, Director The Virtual Curation Laboratory had a busy year, as some of you may have seen in my last post for 2013. I thought I would start out this year by highlighting 14 objects that we either scanned in the past year, or were finally able to get the raw digital … Continue reading