Archaeological GIF Art Expansion

I thought I’d expand on the GIF-ing experiments with further data:

Here are updated versions of my GIF-ing experiments for some of the old data we collected, worked with, and published under the auspices of the open access pledged National Science Foundation. Check out our Adventures in Digital Archaeology Blog about each individual project).

The Byzantine Mosaic Church at Petra:

 

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Castello Svevo di Rocca Imperiale, Italy. For more on its data collection and background see this.

 

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The Hall of the 500 at Palazzo Vecchio, Florence, Italy

 

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The Roman copper mines at Umm al-Amad, Jordan

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