OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

Rendering of Walrus Sacrum found on Oregon Coast

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This is a 3D rendering of a sacrum from a potential archaeological context we made at the Pacific Slope Archaeological Laboratory. The 3d scan was provided by Dr. Dennis Griffin at the Oregon State Historic Preservation Office. Rendering was performed via the Blender application using the Cycles renderer. Total render time was approximately two days.

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    Here, we describe a range of cutting-edge digital technologies used to study archaeological data from the Cooper's Ferry site.

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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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    This is a 3D rendering of a sacrum from a potential archaeological context we made at the Pacific Slope Archaeological Laboratory. The 3d scan was...

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    This video provides an introduction to the work that PSAL researchers conduct at the Cooper's Ferry site in western Idaho as part of the Oregon...

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    Testing out the Makerbot Replicator 2 with two projectile point models. Artifacts were scanned using a nextengine 3d scanner, processed in meshlab...

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    In this video, we discuss how the collection and use of digital 3D datasets assembled from archaeological materials can be used to support new...