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The Final Event of the 3D-Pitoti EC-funded project

The Final Event of the 3D-Pitoti EC-funded project
When Jan 18, 2016 10:00 AM to
Jan 19, 2016 01:00 PM
Where Downing College & McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research
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Day 1 at the Howard Theatre of Downing College from 10am to 5pm is open to all guests (please register).  The day will include demonstrations and a 3D research film screening.
Day 2 at the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research from 9am – 1pm is for team members and invited guests.  The workshop is entitled Contemporary Solutions: 3D technology in rock art research and heritage studies and consists of short presentations by the 3D-Pitoti partners. 

Please RSVP by Jan 11th to Laura James at The McDonald Institute.

 

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Pitoti Prometheus

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