Humanities Lab and DARKLab collaboration behind new article on VR eyetracking and 3D GIS in the archaeological study of visual experience

Published 31 March 2022
3D reconstruction of ancient Roman home on a computer screen

Giacomo Landeschi (Humanities Lab, and Department of Archaeology and Ancient History) and Danilo Marco Campanero (Department of Archaeology and Ancient History) have recently published an article about the potential of combining virtual reality, eyetracking and 3D GIS, in order to collect and analyse data on visual experience in reconstructed 3D-models of ancient buildings. The work has attracted widespread interational interest as it demonstrates the use of emerging technologies for breakaing new methodological ground in its field, and is the result of a collaboration between the Digital Archaeology Lab (DARKlab) and the Humanities Lab.


Link to publication:

Campanaro, D., & Landeschi, G. (2022). Re-viewing Pompeian domestic space through combined virtual reality-based eye tracking and 3D GIS. Antiquity, 1-8. doi:10.15184/aqy.2022.12


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