Via Appia Visualization

A web application which visualizes the point clouds and additional data gathered in the Via Appia project with WebGL.

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What Via Appia Visualization can do for you

  • A 3D interactive web application for archeology
  • Visualizes LiDAR data and Structure-From-Motion data as well as extensive meta-information.
  • Explore an extensive Archeology dataset from the comfort of your own home.
Tags
  • Visualization
Programming Language
  • JavaScript
License
  • Apache-2.0

Participating organizations

Mentions

12 Presentations

  • Presentation at the NLeSC visualization symposium: Scientific Visualization: From Archaeology to Astronomy
  • Universiteit van Nederland
  • NWO Bessensap 2015 lezing
  • 43th Computer Applications & Quantitative Methods in Archaeology Conference
  • Presentation in NLeSC Information Event for ASDI calls (NLeSC, 19th May 2015)
  • ICT Open demo (Amersfoort, 24th March 2015)
  • Poster and demo at Second National eScience symposium (Almere, 6th November 2014)
  • Presentation: IP Inspiratiemiddag GEOdata, DANS, (Den Haag, 20 November 2014)
  • Computer Applications & Quantitative Methods in Archaeology Conference, Netherlands/ Flanders Edition, (4-5th December 2013)
  • Presentation in OTB Colloquium (Delft, 16th June 2015)
  • Presentation in ESA Planetary GIS workshop (Madrid, 6th May 2015)
  • Presentation in NLeSC Information Event for DTEC calls (NLeSC, 30th April 2015)

Contributors

  • Maarten van Meersbergen
    Netherlands eScience Center
  • Stefan Verhoeven
    Netherlands eScience Center
  • Mateusz Kuzak
    Netherlands eScience Center
  • Janneke van der Zwaan
    Netherlands eScience Center
  • Ben van Werkhoven
    Netherlands eScience Center
  • Patrick Bos
    Netherlands eScience Center
Contact person
Maarten van Meersbergen
Netherlands eScience Center