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Illustration for item March 2014: Silbury Hill Digital Archive Released

March 2014: Silbury Hill Digital Archive Released

The digital archive for the Silbury Hill Conservation Project contains data created over 12 years of work from a desk-based assessment in 2000 to the remedial works in 2007/2008 as well as a year-long archive preparation project in 2012/2013. The data has been divided into three groups: the text-based data: reports, spreadsheets and the site database which have been deposited at ADS; the image-ba... more

The digital archive for the Silbury Hill Conservation Project contains data created over 12 years of work from a desk-based assessment in 2000 to the remedial works in 2007/2008 as well as a year-long archive preparation project in 2012/2013. The data has been divided into three groups: the text-based data: reports, spreadsheets and the site database which have been deposited at ADS; the image-based data: the site and post-excavation photographs and drawings and the images and drawings generated from the photogrammetric recording of the tunnel sections; the photogrammetry processing data: the Topcon PI3000 projects

Illustration for item March 2014: Learn About the LoCloud Project in the New LoCloud Video

March 2014: Learn About the LoCloud Project in the New LoCloud Video

LoCloud is a Best Practice Network of 32 partners, co-funded under the CIP ICT-PSP Programme of the European Commission. Its overall goal is to add to over 4 million digital resources from European cultural institutions to Europeana. Europeana is an on-line portal providing access to millions of digitised materials from European museums, libraries, archives and multimedia collections. This video.... more

LoCloud is a Best Practice Network of 32 partners, co-funded under the CIP ICT-PSP Programme of the European Commission. Its overall goal is to add to over 4 million digital resources from European cultural institutions to Europeana. Europeana is an on-line portal providing access to millions of digitised materials from European museums, libraries, archives and multimedia collections. This video...

Illustration for item March 2014: Jarlshof Lost and Found: New Open Access Article in Internet Archaeology

March 2014: Jarlshof Lost and Found: New Open Access Article in Internet Archaeology

This article discusses the approach and methods adopted during a computer-generated visualisation project, which resulted in the animated outcome 'Jarlshof'. The challenge of visualising the relationships between a sequence of lost structures and the remains as they exist today was tackled by setting reconstructed elements within a computer-generated reproduction of the current day environment. T... more

This article discusses the approach and methods adopted during a computer-generated visualisation project, which resulted in the animated outcome 'Jarlshof'. The challenge of visualising the relationships between a sequence of lost structures and the remains as they exist today was tackled by setting reconstructed elements within a computer-generated reproduction of the current day environment. The resulting imagery closely resembled the low altitude aerial photographs that the outcome was based upon.

Illustration for item February 2014: AHRC Impact Report Released

February 2014: AHRC Impact Report Released

ADS is pleased to announce that the AHRC has released its Impact Report for 2012/13. The report highlights ADS's economic and qualitative impact upon the archaeological community, particularly through the Grey Literature Library, along side ADS's contribution to the digital preservation sector. As well as featuring the impact of the ADS, the report showcases a variety of other impact case studies... more

ADS is pleased to announce that the AHRC has released its Impact Report for 2012/13. The report highlights ADS's economic and qualitative impact upon the archaeological community, particularly through the Grey Literature Library, along side ADS's contribution to the digital preservation sector. As well as featuring the impact of the ADS, the report showcases a variety of other impact case studies and provides a useful overview of the different types of impact being generated by AHRC-funded projects.

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