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This is the poster by Bernard Means and I that was presented at the the recent Society for Historical Archaeology Conference in Fort Worth, TX. In terms of applying 3D models and printing to our professional endeavors, we are trying to find novel ways of utilizing these technologies to educate and engage the public in archaeology and cultural heritage preservation.
If you are interested in the work that we, and our colleagues, are doing in this vein, check us out on Facebook by searching “3D Public Archaeology Working Group” or join us at the 3D Public Archaeology Blog.