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Digital Recording & the Reflexive Process

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James Stuart Taylor

on 12 April 2015

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Transcript of Digital Recording & the Reflexive Process

The impact of digital visual technologies upon recording
and the generation of knowledge at Çatalhöyük.

3D Models
Screencast courtesy of Nicolò Dell’Unto, Università of Lund.
Edited by James Taylor, University of York.
GIS & Digital Graphics
Digital Visual Media:
Photography
Videography
Database
Intra-site GIS
Total Station Theodolite/Digital Survey
Tablet Recording:
Drawing
Data Entry
3D Modelling
Overview of Digital Technologies Employed at Çatalhöyük
Digital Recording & the Reflexive Process
Seeing Things Differently
Çatalhöyük as a Sandbox for Digital Recording
Çatalhöyük has:
A complex stratigraphic sequence, which lends itself to modeling and interpretation.
A strong emphasis throughout the project on the development and implementation of reflexive methods.
The infrastructure to support experimentation in digital field methodologies.
James Taylor
(Department of Archaeology, University of York, UK.)

Nicolò Dell'Unto
(Department of Archaeology and Ancient History, Lund University, Sweden)

Åsa Berggren
(Department of Archaeology and Ancient History, Lund University, Sweden)

Justine Issavi
(Stanford Archaeology Center, Anthropology Department, Stanford University, US)
Seeing, Thinking, Doing: Visualisation as Knowledge Creation
TAG Bournemouth 17th December 2013
with 3D-[D]igging at Çatalhöyük.
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