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Roman portraiture and biometric identification (2012)
Conference Proceeding
Schofield, D., Lorenz, K., Davy-Jow, S., & Anderson, M. (2012). Roman portraiture and biometric identification

This project utilised three-dimensional scanning technology in the study of ancient Roman art and archaeology: Roman representations of faces executed in marble. In the cultural heritage sector, three-dimensional (3D) scanning finds its primary ap... Read More

Vorsprung durch Technik: multi-display learning spaces and art-historical method (2010)
Conference Proceeding
Bligh, B., & Lorenz, K. (2010). Vorsprung durch Technik: multi-display learning spaces and art-historical method

The trajectory and heuristic success of Art History as a discipline has always been inseparably linked to the technical means of visualizing the material that is at its core. When in the late 19th century first analogous, then double-slide projection... Read More