Here, we describe a range of cutting-edge digital technologies used to study archaeological data from the Cooper's Ferry site.
Archie - The Development and Implementation of an Open Source Archaeological Database System
Alex J. Nyers, Oregon State University
Karl Vollmer, Dalhousie University
Archie is an online, light-weight, open source inventory system for archaeological artifacts. With feedback from real world use in the field over the last several years, Archie has evolved into a robust, secure application capable of handling hundreds of active users and millions of entries. Archie supports associating multimedia files such as photos, audio and video commentary, and 3D scans of artifacts – all without any specialized client software beyond a web browser.
Presented at the 2014 SAA Conference in Austin, Texas. Click here to view the poster.
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Effigy pipe scanned with our 3D laser scanner, then rendered in the blender application using the cycles renderer.
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