User info

Lab users that plan to use VR should be aware that preparing a virtual environment for exploring or for an experiment may be quite time consuming, as may post-processing of recorded 3D-data from the scanners and the motion capture system.

For archaeologists there is a master course in digital archaeology, where all the different techniques used in virtual reality are taught (see box in right menu).

There is also several group tutorials, (link, new window) related to Virtual reality and 3D such as a three hour introduction to 3d aqcuisition techniques.
 

Contact: vrhumlab.luse

User project

A project conducted at the Department of Archaeology and Ancient History, Lund University, in collaboration between the Digital Archaeology Lab (DARKlab) and the Humanities laboratory has allowed to test a workable pipeline to integrate Virtual Reality-based Eye-Tracking with GIS analytic tools for the analysis of Cultural Heritage sites.

 

Master course

Digital Archaeology, Virtual Reality in Archaeology