Cultural Heritage Imaging


Collaborating with Southampton University, UK by cdschroer
June 7, 2010, 12:44 am
Filed under: Conferences, Grants, News

I really enjoy the opportunity to attend conferences and particularly the Computer Applications in Archaeology conference, which was in Granada Spain this year.  It is a great opportunity to catch up with colleagues and friends, share experiences and get advice. This year was also an opportunity to sit down with our collaborators at Southampton University, Graeme Earl and team at the Archaeological Computing Research Group.

Graeme’s team recently won a significant UK grant to work with RTI technology and we are collaborating on the project.  The team there has graciously allowed us to influence some of their priorities for enhancements to the RTI software as part of the grant work.  We are still discussing some of the ideas, and it’s great fun to work with a group with such enthusiasm and desire to keep things moving forward for the growing community of RTI adopters.

I look forward to great things from this collaboration as it continues.

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