3D scanner, conservation, archaeological heritage, sinister
The use of technology at the service of the conservation of archaeological heritage has become a frequent practice during the last decade, which allows us to recognize its usefulness and contribution in the preservation of different cultural assets, especially those that are tangible. That is why, in Chalcatzingo this work is carried out jointly between INAH and DHHC-USF since 2010, the results have been useful to correct damages in some monuments, and to show details in others, as well as to visualize pieces 3D small.
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Citation / Publisher Attribution
Cuadernos del Sur, v. 47, p. 90-108
Link to the publisher: https://cuadernosdelsur.com/revistas/47-%e2%80%a2-julio-diciembre-2019/
Scholar Commons Citation
Córdova Tello, Mario; Meza Rodríguez, Carolina; Doering, Travis; González García, Jorge; and Collins, Lori, "El Registro 3D y Sus Aportes a la Conservación en Chalcatzingo" (2019). Digital Heritage and Humanities Collections Faculty and Staff Publications. 23.