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Reconstructing the Past at Chichén Itzá
The product of more than four years of work, this repository builds on data collected during the making of the film Tales of the Maya...
Mirroring Condor Flights in California
We want to impress in the minds of our visitors the many marvelous adaptations of the California Condor for soaring over the Big Sur coast....
No Spectators: VR recording at the Smithsonian
Led by Nora Atkinson and Sara Snyder at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, INSIGHT joined forces with Greg Downing of Hyperacuity, Raj Puran at...
Tracing Architecture & Epigraphy at the Ramesseum
Dr. Christian Leblanc (CNRS) leads the archaeological team at the Ramesseum, the Mansion of Thousands of Years of Ramses II in Western Thebes, Egypt. Since...
Recording Quarries in Aswan & Gebel Silsilah
Beginning in November 02008, INSIGHT joined a team from Egypt’s Supreme Council for Antiquities (SCA) for an expedition in Egypt to study ancient quarries. The...
Visiting Nakhtamun’s Tomb Chapel in VR
As part of a larger survey of Theban tombs, INSIGHT documented the tomb chapel of an ancient Egyptian priest called Nakhtamun (TT341), a name meaning...
Rebuilding an Acanthus Column in Delphi
Jean-Luc Martinez, an archaeologist with the Musée du Louvre, asked the INSIGHT team to help document and reconstruct a fragmentary column from the Temple of...
Making a Digital Twin for a Maya Stela
To document this stela with Queen Ix Mutal Ahaw for the de Young Museum in San Francisco, we used non-contact photometric stereo capture, a technique...
Connecting People Via VR Gaming at Mesa Verde
CyArk invited INSIGHT to join their work at Spruce Tree House and Balcony House with National Parks Service archaeologists. Subsequent field seasons added to the...
Replicating Carved Poetry at Angel Island
“The poems at Angel Island are among the most dramatic finds in American literature” – Karen L. Polster, University of California, Riverside. Between 1910 and 1940,...
Reassembling the Avila Portal at USF
When the University of San Francisco set out to reassemble a historic Portuguese portal from a pile of stone fragments, they knew they’d found a...
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