Monthly Archives: September 2011

Mike Brooks film – Scottish Ten: The Story So Far

Another short film by the brilliant and lovely Mike Brooks about the Scottish Ten project…watch out for the second on-screen appearance of the back of my head!

TAG 2011: Narrating the Gap Between Observation and Visualisation

CALL FOR PAPERS! My collegue and friend Catriona Cooper and I are currently looking for papers for our session at the upcoming Theoretical Archaeology Group (TAG) conference 2011 – 14th to 16th December, Birmingham ( related to the following topic, Narrating the Gap Between Observation and Visualisation “It can be argued that all archaeological research […]


Scottish Ten Remake of Nakata’s Classic Horror

Laser scanning is hard work, but it’s not all registration and meshing here at the Scottish Ten computer lab where Al Rawlinson has appointed himself executive producer of the St Kilda remake of the Japanese classic horror movie “The Ring” starring yours truly… ….you may recognise Alice from her previous scanned appearances at a number of heritage […]