Tag Archives: University of Glasgow Archaeology Department

Would You Like to Read My PhD Thesis?

Of course you would! If anyone is interested my PhD thesis and accompanying folio material are now available on the Glasgow School of Art’s RADAR archive which you can access HERE… Advertisements

Structured-Light Scanning of the Forteviot Bell

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, […]

Digital Dwelling at Skara Brae: Glasgow Exhibition and Talk

Hello everyone and happy new year! I’ll be kick starting my year with a series of talks in January in both Glasgow (21st Jan) and York (29th Jan). The Glasgow talk will be at 12 pm so feel free to bring your lunch along with you! It will accompany a small exhibition in the archaeology […]

January Exhibition: Digital Dwelling at Skara Brae

In an earlier post I mentioned I’d be giving a talk and exhibiting the Skara Brae film and stills at the Archaeology Department at Glasgow Uni in December. Well as people seem to be dwindling in numbers in the run up to Christmas we decided it might work better if we have the exhibition in […]

What’s Coming Up in the next Few Months

As usual I’ve been ridiculously busy over the past few weeks and the blog has been a little neglected so here’s a little round up of what’s coming up in the next few months… 22nd-23rd October: DigiDoc 2012 Conference in Edinburgh where I’ll be presenting a poster on the use of laser scan data for […]

New SERF Season Begins!

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…

Love Archaeology Magazine

I was delighted to read Jen Novotny’s article in the latest issue of Love Archaeology Magazine today which used my St Kilda blackhouse reconstruction as the inspiration for some archaeological smell-scape experiments! As I’ve said here before I believe visualisation in archaeology should be seen more as a starting point for discussion rather than a final conclusion. […]