Tag Archives: SERF
Last week Tessa and I headed through to Edinburgh to give a talk about our work on the Serf Digital project at Historic Environment Scotland (who very kindly supported the initial pilot project and we’re excited to say have granted us a bit more funding to get the work hosted online, which is excellent!). The following post […]
Earlier in the year I helped with a little close range scanning of the Forteviot church bell for the University of Glasgow archaeology department. It was a lesson in dealing with shiny objects and to get the best results we had to scan the object in a dark room with the lights off – which, […]
Just a very quick post to encourage everyone to follow the SERF excavations blog this summer, if you’re on Twitter you can follow them at @SERFProject also. It’s a great project which was once my undergrad field-school (many banter-filled memories!) and I’m currently working on some exciting visualisations for the previous years excavations too…
“Thinking beyond the Tool: Archaeological Computing & the Interpretive Process” has gone to press! This wondrous tome contains my very first ever officially published paper from TAG 2010 and is possibly the most exciting thing EVER! I’m told copies should hopefully be available at CAA 2012 in Southampton in March!