Visualizing and assessing hypotheses for marine archaeology in a VR CAVE environment

Irene Katsouri, Aimilia Tzanavari, Kyriakos Herakleous, Charalambos Poullis

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Abstract

The understanding and reconstruction of a wrecks formation process can be a complicated procedure that needs to take into account many interrelated components. The team of the University of Cyprus investigating the 4th-century BCMazotos shipwreck are unable to interact easily and intuitively with the recorded data, a fact that impedes visualization and reconstruction and subsequently delays the evaluation of their hypotheses. An immersive 3D visualization application that utilizes a VR CAVE was developed, with the intent to enable researchers to mine the wealth of information this ancient shipwreck has to offer. Through the implementation and evaluation of the proposed application, this research seeks to investigate whether such an environment can aid the interpretation and analysis process and ultimately serve as an additional scientific tool for underwater archaeology.

Original languageEnglish
Article number10
JournalJournal on Computing and Cultural
Volume8
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Mar 2015

Keywords

  • Immersion
  • Marine archaeology
  • VR systems and toolkits

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