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  • Osg4Web. Condivisione di dati e applicazioni VR WebGIS per il paesaggio archeologico

    Luigi Calori, Carlo Camporesi, Augusto Palombini, Sofia Pescarin

    Chapter from the book: Costa S. & Pesce G. 2013. Open Source Free Software e Open Format nei processi di ricerca archeologica: Atti del II Workshop Genova 11 maggio 2007.

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    Perché ricostruire il paesaggio archeologico? Cosa possiamo effettivamente ricostruire? Quale tecnologia e quale approccio epistemologico, se ne esiste uno, può contribuire ad ottenere migliori risultati nel campo della ricerca? E inne perché utilizzare la rete come mezzo di comunicazione, scambio e lavoro sul paesaggio antico?

    Why trying to reconstruct archaeological landscape? What can we really reconstruct? Which kind of technologies and which theoretical approach, if any, can help us in obtaining the best research results? And why using the internet as communicating, exchanging and working tool for the ancient landscape? The paper approaches such problems through the illustration of the Osg4Web tool for archaeological landscape data sharing.

    How to cite this chapter
    Calori, L et al. 2013. Osg4Web. Condivisione di dati e applicazioni VR WebGIS per il paesaggio archeologico. In: Costa S. & Pesce G, Open Source Free Software e Open Format nei processi di ricerca archeologica. London: Ubiquity Press. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5334/bae.e
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    Published on July 31, 2013

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