La comunicación de la Arqueología Virtual

José Luis Gómez Merino


Virtual Archaeology started as 3D reconstructions, but 3D images are published inserted in the Media. Those who edit these Media have the control of Virtual Archaeology, so we aim that 3D designers should know the programs to publish Virtual information on Internet and other uses such interactive programs for Museums or Education.


Communication; Archaeology; Interactivity; Education

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1. Tecnologías para museos virtuales en dispositivos móviles
María Dolores Robles Ortega, Francisco R. Feito Higueruela, Juan José Jiménez Delgado, Rafael J. Segura Sánchez
Virtual Archaeology Review  vol: 3  issue: 7  first page: 102  year: 2012  
doi: 10.4995/var.2012.4402

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Universitat Politècnica de València

Official journal of Spanish Society of Virtual Archaeology

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