La Cueva del Tiempo. Un viaje a nuestros orígenes

Cristina Cuesta Marín, Sergio Barrera Mayo, Unai Baeza Santamaría

Abstract

The human evolution can be defined as the human being transformation process since our ancestors’ period till current days. It has been a changing process that ended in Homo sapiens, the unique human being that exists in the planet. How have we ended as we are right now? How have we changed? There have been many changes along the time that made us humans. Studying the different archaeological findings and human remains we are able to know and to understand our biological and cultural evolution. The Cave of Time will enable to feel the experience of travelling to the past and living in thousand years ago environments, in order to communicate with our ancestors interactively. This way Atapuerca´s legacy will be transferred to future generations innovatively.


Keywords

Virtual reality; 3D animation; Human evolution; Anthropology; Communication

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