Jaunt VR 360 stereo video Virtual Reality camera as a tool for historic interpretation and archaeological documentation
Presentation of an immersive, virtual reality experience of 19th century Santa Catalina Island/Pimu that features a digital model of historic structures and virtual reality stagecoach ride across the island as an exploration of the interpretive and documentation possibilities of the Jaunt VR camera.
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Jaunt VR 360 stereo video Virtual Reality camera as a tool for historic interpretation and archaeological documentation. Eric Hanson, Wendy Teeter, Lynn Dodd. Presented at The 81st Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Vancouver, British Columbia. 2017 ( tDAR id: 430354)
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Abstract Id(s): 17634