Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies (CAST), University of Arkansas

The Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies (CAST), located at the University of Arkansas, focuses on research, education, and outreach related to geoinformatics and geomatics. Specific areas of research in these fields include GIS, geospatial analysis and modeling, high density survey, enterprise spatial databases, remote sensing, digital photogrammetry, and geospatial data and model interoperability. CAST's research efforts involve new approaches to spatial data as well as the development of new methodologies for analysis of these data.

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Virtual Hampson Museum Project
  • Developing a 3D digital heritage ecosystem: from object to representation and the role of a virtual museum in the 21st century (2011)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text Fred Limp. Angie Payne. Snow Winters. Jack Cothren.

    This article addresses the application of high precision 3D recordation methods to heritage materials (portable objects), the technical processes involved, the various digital products and the role of 3D recordation in larger questions of scholarship and public interpretation. It argues that the acquisition and creation of digital representations of heritage must be part of a comprehensive research infrastructure (a digital ecosystem) that focuses on all of the elements involved -- including...