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Current Anthropology, vol. 48, issue 5 (2007) pp. 635-635

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The article discusses the use of today's technologies in the academic field of archaeology and anthropology. It looks at how numerous internet sites, often associated with universities, let users explore the past by interacting with objects and architecture providing the public with an engaging opportunity to experience and learn about anthropology. It refers to the Center for Advanced Spatial Technology (CAST) at the University of Arkansas which offers a variety of interactive programs, including virtual museums. The usefulness of tools like three-dimensional laser scanners are also cited.

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  • N. A. Reich

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