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Small Works, Big Stories. Methodological approaches to photogrammetry through crowd-sourcing experiences

Griffiths, S. and Edwards, B. and Wilson, A. and Karl, R. and Labrosse, F. and LaTrobe-Bateman, E. and Miles, H. and Moeller, K. and Roberts, J.C. and Tiddeman, B. (2015) Small Works, Big Stories. Methodological approaches to photogrammetry through crowd-sourcing experiences. Internet Archaeology, 40. DOI: doi:10.11141/ia.40.7.2

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Abstract

A recent digital public archaeology project (HeritageTogether) sought to build a series of 3D ditigal models using photogrammetry from crowd-sourced images. The project saw over 13000 digital images being donated, and resulted in models of some 78 sites, providing resources for researchers, and condition surveys. The project demonstrated that digital public archaeology does not stop at the 'trowel's edge', and that collaborative post-excavation analysis and generation of research processes are as important as time in the field. We emphasise in this contribution that our methodologies, as much as our research outputs, can be fruitfully co-produced in public archaeology projects.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Research Publications
Departments: College of Physical and Applied Sciences > School of Computer Science
College of Arts and Humanities > School of History, Welsh History and Archaeology
Date Deposited: 02 Apr 2016 03:13
Last Modified: 02 Apr 2016 03:13
ISSN: 1363-5387
URI: http://e.bangor.ac.uk/id/eprint/6423
Identification Number: DOI: doi:10.11141/ia.40.7.2
Publisher: Council for British Archaeology
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