Engaging with the Visual: Re-Thinking Interpretive Archaeological VisualisationWatterson, Alice (2014) Engaging with the Visual: Re-Thinking Interpretive Archaeological Visualisation. PhD thesis, The Glasgow School of Art.
Archaeology is a visually rich discipline with multiple avenues for visualisation within the field. In recent years the rising dominance of digital techniques for archaeological three dimensional surveys and interpretive visualisation has resulted in a rapid uptake of technologies without adequate assessment of their impact on the interpretive process and practitioner engagement. As such, fundamental issues with their application remain problematic and largely unresolved. This research moves the current debate forward by assessing the practices and practical application of visualisation within archaeology in order to understand and develop its role when framed within academic research practice.
|Output Type:||Thesis (UNSPECIFIED)|
|Additional Information:||A print copy of this thesis is available in the GSA library.|
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||Archaeology, visualisation, reconstruction|
|Schools:||Digital Design Studio|
|Deposited By:||Robin Burgess|
|Deposited On:||29 Aug 2014 11:57|
|Last Modified:||21 Apr 2016 10:18|