Deskins, N Aaron
Archaeologists in Venice would benefit from digital tools to improve their efficiency in data collection, visualization, and correlation. To aid in archaeological research, we developed a three-part prototype system, consisting of a web app, online database, and a map-based website, for the archaeological firm Studio Zandinella. The first aspect of the project was an online database that allows archaeologists to store and visualize archaeological data. The second part of the system was a data collecting system that records information on the database. The third part of the system was a map-based website that visualizes the contents of the database. These tools will allow Venetian archaeologists to better conduct research and find patterns of data across archaeological sites in Venice.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Interactive Qualifying Project
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