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Virtualanthropy: Towards an Open-Source Tool for the Visualization of 2D Anthropology Images Positioned In 3D

Abstract : VirtualAnthroPy is a prototype application for creating files for 3D visualization of physical anthropology data. From topographic points and associated data contained in a spreadsheet, the objective is to allow archaeo-anthropologists to explore in 3D images mapped on plans. In addition to these positions, text and colorizations are also possible in order to provide additional information.
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Jean-Baptiste Barreau, Rozenn Colleter. Virtualanthropy: Towards an Open-Source Tool for the Visualization of 2D Anthropology Images Positioned In 3D. Open Access Journal of Archaeology and Anthropology, 2020, 2 (5), 3 p. ⟨hal-02945262⟩

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