Graeme Earl
Graeme Earl
Professor of Digital Humanities, King's College London, UK
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Archaeological applications of polynomial texture mapping: analysis, conservation and representation
G Earl, K Martinez, T Malzbender
Journal of Archaeological Science 37 (8), 2040-2050, 2010
Reflectance transformation imaging systems for ancient documentary artefacts
G Earl, P Basford, A Bischoff, A Bowman, C Crowther, J Dahl, M Hodgson, ...
Electronic visualisation and the arts (EVA 2011), 147-154, 2011
The role of integrated geophysical survey methods in the assessment of archaeological landscapes: the case of Portus
S Keay, G Earl, S Hay, S Kay, J Ogden, KD Strutt
Archaeological Prospection 16 (3), 154-166, 2009
Polynomial texture mapping and related imaging technologies for the recording, analysis and presentation of archaeological materials
G Earl, G Beale, K Martinez, H Pagi
International Archives of Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial …, 2010
Three-dimensional visibility analysis of architectural spaces: iconography and visibility of the wall paintings of Xeste 3 (Late Bronze Age Akrotiri)
E Paliou, D Wheatley, G Earl
Journal of Archaeological Science 38 (2), 375-386, 2011
Principles and practices of robust photography-based digital imaging techniques for museums
M Mudge, C Schroer, G Earl, K Martinez, H Pagi, C Toler-Franklin, ...
VAST 2010: The 11th International Symposium on Virtual Reality, Archaeology …, 2010
New applications of photogrammetry and reflectance transformation imaging to an Easter Island statue
J Miles, M Pitts, H Pagi, G Earl
Antiquity 88 (340), 596-605, 2014
Understanding inter-settlement visibility in Iron Age and Roman Southern Spain with exponential random graph models for visibility networks
T Brughmans, S Keay, G Earl
Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 22 (1), 58-143, 2015
Introducing exponential random graph models for visibility networks
T Brughmans, S Keay, G Earl
Journal of Archaeological Science 49, 442-454, 2014
Virtual reconstruction and the interpretative process: A case-study from Avebury
G Earl, D Wheatley
Oxbow books, 2002
Formal three-dimensional computational analyses of archaeological spaces
C Papadopoulos, G Earl
Spatial analysis and social spaces: interdisciplinary approaches to the …, 2014
Video killed engaging VR? Computer visualizations on the TV screen Graeme Earl
GP Earl
Envisioning the past: Archaeology and the image, 204-222, 2004
A manufactured past: virtual reality in archaeology
G Goodrick, G Earl, J Huggett, S Ross
Internet Archaeology, 15, 2004
Underwater reflectance transformation imaging: a technology for in situ underwater cultural heritage object-level recording
D Selmo, F Sturt, J Miles, P Basford, T Malzbender, K Martinez, ...
Journal of Electronic Imaging 26 (1), 011029, 2017
Modeling in archaeology: computer graphic and other digital pasts
G Earl
Perspectives on Science 21 (2), 226-244, 2013
Interim report on an enigmatic new Trajanic building at Portus
S Keay, G Earl, F Felici, P Copeland, R Cascino, S Kay, C Triantafillou, ...
Journal of Roman Archaeology 25, 486-512, 2012
Virtual relighting of a roman statue head from herculaneum: a case study
J Happa, M Williams, G Turley, G Earl, P Dubla, G Beale, G Gibbons, ...
Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Computer Graphics …, 2009
Linking archaeological data
L Isaksen, K Martinez, N Gibbins, G Earl, S Keay
Structural and lighting models for the Minoan cemetery at Phourni, Crete
C Papadopoulos, GP Earl
Proceedings of the 10th International conference on Virtual Reality …, 2009
At the edges of the lens: Photography, graphical constructions and cinematography
GP Earl
Digital archaeology: Bridging method and theory, 191-209, 2006
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