Monday, 6 April 2015

Arcaheological Forensic Facial Reconstruction with FLOSS

Last week the CAA conference 2015 (Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology) took place in Siena (Italy). It has been a good occasion to meet old friends, share opinions and speak with colleagues from all over the world.
This year Arc-Team participated with three oral presentations and a poster and, of course, we will share these contributions with free licenses (CC-BY) also in ATOR.
Today I upload the poster, which is self-explanatory, thanks to the text added to summarize our experience with Archaeological Forensic Facial Reconstruction (FFR). If you are a regular reader of ATOR, there will be few news for you about our work, but you will find some extra contents which we had not yet time to share through our blog (e.g. a gallery of some of the reconstructions for the open source exhibition "Facce. I molti volti della storia umana"; the video of the FFR of St. Anthony, presented during the "Giugno Antoniano", or the Mocap experiment with Franceso Petrarca).

Here is the poster, I hope you will find it useful:

Poster at CAA 2015 (Siena - Italy)
Have a nice day!
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