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Today we arrive in Mesoamerica for the start of our collaborative field efforts at the UNESCO World Heritage site of Quirigua in the Department of Izabal, Guatemala.  Utilizing the latest technologies in 3D reality capture, we will be documenting the corpus of carved...

The Guatemala Journey Begins

The Guatemala Journey Begins

Thanks for joining us! Follow along as our team travels to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Quirigua to document the largest standing stone monuments in the New World!"Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter." — Izaak WaltonUSF Digital Heritage and...

Laser scanner to preserve details of Tampa’s historic Jackson House

Laser scanner to preserve details of Tampa’s historic Jackson House

WTVT Fox 13 follows the fieldwork and progress of the Digital Heritage and Humanities Collections (DHHC) as they digitally preserve and document the highly imperiled Jackson Rooming House in Tampa. A partnership between the USF Libraries and the Tampa Bay History...

Uncovering Artifacts And Archaeological Finds With Lasers

Uncovering Artifacts And Archaeological Finds With Lasers

Research Associate Professor and co-Director of the Digital Heritage and Humanities Collections in the USF Libraries, Dr. Lori Collins is featured at a live recording of National Public Radio’s Science Friday. SciFri was taped in Tampa at the historic Tampa Theatre,...

History in a New Light: 3D Models at USF

History in a New Light: 3D Models at USF

The Digital Library Federation Contributor’s Series features a piece by Carla Fotherby, Collections Specialist, Digital Scholarship Services, University of South Florida Libraries; and Lori Collins, co-Director of the USF Libraries Digital Heritage and Humanities...

Florida Matters: The Sinkhole State

Florida Matters: The Sinkhole State

WUSF’s Florida Matters program takes an in-depth look at sinkholes and property loss and mitigation concerns in the state, with guest Dr. Lori Collins, co-Director of the DHHC and Research Associate Professor. Along with guests Kevin Guthrie, Pasco County’s Assistant...

Etchmiadzin and the Cathedral of Zvartnots

Etchmiadzin and the Cathedral of Zvartnots

Today, our last full day in Armenia, we visited the Etchmiadzin Cathedral (Էջմիածնի Մայր Տաճար) in the city of Vagharshapat. Etchmiadzin is the first cathedral constructed in Armenia, and is considered the oldest in the world. We need to differentiate here between...

The Pagan Temple at Garni and the Geghard Monastery

The Pagan Temple at Garni and the Geghard Monastery

Today we visited the Classical Hellenistic Temple at Garni, thought to have been constructed in the 1st century AD, and dedicated to the sun god Mihr. It is the only Greco-Roman building with colonnades in Armenia. The temple remains as one of a few symbols of...

Finishing our Work at Haghpat

Finishing our Work at Haghpat

Over the past couple of weeks our team of AIST specialists has worked diligently to acquire spatial and historical research data at the Haghpat Monastery Complex. Excellent weather and exceptional cooperation from the current monastery priest, Father Ghazear Torosyan,...

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