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Computer Applications in Archaeology- Mexico

Iniciada por Patricia Murrieta Flores Oct 17, 2014. 0 Respuestas

Estimados colegas,Les escribo en esta ocasion para platicarles que el sitio del capitulo mexicano de la organizacion internacional Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA)…Continuar

Etiquetas: 3D, computacion, SIG, humanidades, arqueologia

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Comentario de Patricia Murrieta Flores el diciembre 8, 2013 a las 12:53pm

Hola, les dejo aqui una liga a un trabajo que puede ser de su interes:

Los SIG en la Arqueologia de habla Hispana. Temas, tecnicas y persp...

No duden en contactarme para cualquier cosa.

Gracias!

Comentario de Cesar V. Hernandez Estrada el noviembre 25, 2013 a las 11:40am

 Patricia Murrieta Flores....excelente aportacion !!

Comentario de Patricia Murrieta Flores el noviembre 25, 2013 a las 9:25am

Hola a todos,

Solo les quiero dejar una liga tal vez de utilidad para aquellos que quieran utilizar Google Earth para exploracion arqueologica. Esta dirigido a principiantes. Saludos!

http://spatialtech-humanities.com/google-earth-archaeology/

Comentario de Patricia Murrieta Flores el mayo 11, 2012 a las 8:03am

Beca de Doctorado de la Universidad de Southampton

(No es necesario tener maestria)

Funding available to support PhD research into small business and cultural heritage interpretation partnerships in the Digital Economy 
 
A team of Digital Economy members have just been awarded a Vice Chancellor’s Award to recruit a PhD student who is interested in researching this topic. A grant of £7K p.a. for 3 years (or pro rata for part time work) will be available to cover fees and contribute towards living costs. The project needs to begin before 1st December 2012.
 
This project provides an opportunity for the successful student to provide significant practical value to local heritage sites and representatives from the creative industries, while drawing upon multi-disciplinary academic perspectives such as:
 
  • Digital marketing and online community development
  • Innovation and creativity in high tech firms
  • Archaeology
  • Visual communications
 
The successful applicant will develop a project to manage new digital communities around local heritage sites. The objective is to encourage visitors to engage more specifically with these sites and appreciate the stories they have to tell, by updating what are often rather old fashioned displays with creative applications of digital technologies. This might involve, for example, partnering with small businesses with expertise in augmented reality, virtual worlds, video, touch screens, mobile apps, serious gaming etc. Technologies such as motion capture allow sophisticated approaches to the 3D reconstruction of heritage sites, and when taken together with augmented reality applications, they provide new opportunities to enhance our understanding and appreciation of what living at these places must have been like for the benefit of both visitors and scholars.  
 
The project will explore mechanisms for building industrial/ cultural heritage partnerships to increase footfall, improve visitor experience and engage new demographics. Southampton’s unique expertise at the interface of the web, design, HCI, marketing and innovation and cultural heritage will enable an innovative piece of work to be completed while stimulating new collaborative research across the faculties. The topic is one which has considerable public, industrial, academic and third sector impact potential.
 
If you have any queries about this application or if you can recommend a student who might like to apply for this role please contact Lisa Harris (l.j.harris@soton.ac.uk ) for more information. The email address for submission of applications on the standard University  PhD application formplease is PGapply.FH@soton.ac.uk 
Comentario de Patricia Murrieta Flores el marzo 20, 2012 a las 12:42pm

Hola a todos! Para aquellos interesados en asistir de manera virtual a la Conferencia Computing Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology que va a tener lugar la proxima semana en la Universidad de Southampton, UK., creamos una pagina donde podran ver gran parte de la conferencia:

Registrate en:

http://caaconference.org/caa2012/attend-online/

CAA2012 tendra mas de 470 participantes de todos los paises y cubre todo lo relacionado con la aplicacion de tecnologia en arqueologia.

Comentario de Patricia Murrieta Flores el febrero 16, 2012 a las 7:57am

Hola amigos, 


El libro "Thinking Beyond the Tool: Archaeological Computing and the Interpretive Process" editado por mi y mis colegas Costas Papadopoulos, Angeliki Chrysanthi ya esta en prensa. Estara disponible a partir de Marzo con motivo de la celebracion del 40 aniversario de la conferencia Computing Applications in Archaeology. Pueden ver el contenido en:

http://patriciamurrieta.wordpress.com/2012/02/15/book-thinking-beyo...

http://soton.academia.edu/PatriciaMurrietaFlores/Books/1438966/Thin...

Comentario de Patricia Murrieta Flores el julio 21, 2011 a las 4:05am

Day of Archaeology

Estimados colegas, ojala puedan participar en este interesante experimento. La idea es recolectar experiencias de arqueologos de todo el mundo. Hagamos presencia en otras partes del planeta :) 

How to Get Involved

Interested?

We are looking for people working, studying or volunteering in the archaeological world to participate with us in a “Day of Archaeology”.  The resulting Day of Archaeology website will demonstrate the wide variety of work our profession undertakes day-to-day across the globe, and help to raise public awareness of the relevance and importance of archaeology to the modern world. We want anyone with a personal, professional or voluntary interest in archaeology to get involved, and help show the world why archaeology is vital to protect the past and inform our futures.

How you can help

We are looking for archaeologists who are, on Friday 29 July, able to document their day and send it to us to publish here on the Day of Archaeology website. You can do this through any medium that you are comfortable with, be it writing about, filming, recording or photographing your day.

If you can’t make Friday, you can still contribute up to a week after the Day of Archaeology.  If you would like to take part but don’t feel confident writing a blog or uploading photos/film, please get in touch with us and we can help.

How to Sign Up

Email us if you would like to take part, and we will be in touch about how to submit your entry.

As of 12pm on July 12th, account details have been sent via email to everyone who has expressed an interest in signing up and contributing to the project. We now have 244 people willing to document their day, and we’ve even had the first post from Maev Kennedy (Guardian archaeology correspondent) which will go live at 00:01 on the 29th. If you want to contribute, you can still sign up, just email dayofarchaeology@gmail.com

Day of Archaeology

Comentario de Cesar V. Hernandez Estrada el mayo 8, 2011 a las 10:09pm

saludos seguidores de GIS esta vez quisiera recomendar el siguiente link:

http://www.hablandodesigs.com/wordpress/?m=201105

en donde pueden encontrar algunas descripciones acerca de GIS, ESRI...espero les sirva...o por lo menos lo vean...y publiquen mas cosas !!!

Comentario de Cesar V. Hernandez Estrada el septiembre 29, 2010 a las 12:37pm
ai les va otro software libre, se llama DIVA-GIS, chequenlo es bastante sencillo en su manejo y como todo GIS bien usado es bastante util, les dejo tambien un link con tutoriales y libros de ejercicios bastante buenos para ArcGis 9.1, ai les va:
http://www.cartesia.org/foro/viewtopic.php?t=5816
Comentario de Gerardo Jimenez Delgado el septiembre 27, 2010 a las 8:31am
Hola
Chequen este manual, tiene cuestiones básicas, pero esta bastante completo.
http://works.bepress.com/amy_hillier/17/
Por otra parte, si quieres tener acceso a un GIS sin que cueste, prueba el QGis, la última versión es bastante buena. Una de las ventajas es que es multiplataforma, Windows, Mac y bastantes distros de Linux (Ubuntu, Debian, slackware etc.). Para instrucciones de descarga y documentación (la de español esta....bueno)
http://www.qgis.org/
Los usuarios de windows pueden bajar la última version en
http://www.kcubeconsulting.com/download.php
Si lo quieres instalar en vista o 7 solo ejecuta el instalador como administrador.
Saludos desde el lado obcuro
 

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