Archeology-applications for computer animation, Computer Graphics

 

Archeology: along with the advent of the computer, the archeologist has obtained a new tool, computer animation. An object-model can be made comparatively quick and without any wear and tear to the artifact itself by using a 3-D digitizer. All the scenery is modeled and place together in a particular scene. Now, the archeologist has a total model of the site in the computer. A lot of things can be done to this model. The exact location of artifacts is stored in the computer and can be visualized without visiting the excavation site again. 

 

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