Beyond the common plan-view visualisation of remote sensing images it can be expected that a computerised replacement for the use of stereoscopes can be found. If DTMs are available, for example calculated from stereo-pairs, data can be visualised as virtual reality models and stereo-projection can help to interpret subtle features. Such visualisation will help archaeologists to interpret remote sensing data by representing them in a naturalistic way.
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