Structure from Motion: 3D Documentation in Indiana and Beyond

Dr. Alex Badillo of Indiana State University’s Geospatial and Virtual Archaeology Laboratory explores how digital technology brings archaeological investigations to life.

Image courtesy Alex Badillo

Friday, April 23, 2021

Noon-1:00 p.m. EDT
Online Event

Structure from motion—or the ability to create three-dimensional scenes or objects from two-dimensional images—is one of archaeology’s most exciting advancements. Using case studies from Indiana and South America, Dr. Alex Badillo, director of Indiana State University’s Geospatial and Virtual Archaeology Laboratory and Studio, explores how this technology brings archaeological investigations to life and its implications for the twenty-first century toolkit.

This virtual event is hosted by Preserving Historic Places, Indiana’s Statewide Preservation Conference — a partnership of Indiana Landmarks, Indiana Division of Historic Preservation and Archaeology, and Indiana University.

Register at https://preservinghistoricplaces.regfox.com/structure-from-motion

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