Methods of Documentation

source: New York University     2016年11月29日
October 26, 2016 | NYU Washington, DC
This panel examines the existing and developing technologies being used to reconstruct and document destroyed objects, artifacts, heritage sites and architecture, in order to preserve a digital copy of the past that is lost to the elements, human conflict and the passing of time.
Panelists include:
Khaled Hiatlih, Lead, Reconstruction Initiative, Syria, The Institute for Digital Archeology
Scott Branting, Assistant Professor, University of Central Florida
Donald H. Sanders, President, Learning Sites, Inc
This panel was part of the NYU Washington, DC symposium, Protecting Cultural Heritage in an Uncertain Time. For more visit: https://www.nyu.edu/washington-dc/nyu...