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Cite this as: P.S.Murgatroyd 2008 'Appropriate Levels of Detail in 3-D Visualisation: the House of the Surgeon, Pompeii', Internet Archaeology 23. http://dx.doi.org/10.11141/ia.23.3
The use of three-dimensional computer models in archaeological projects is a relatively new but rapidly growing area, both as a means of presenting research to the public and also as an aid to interpretation. This work uses the House of the Surgeon in Pompeii as a case study and seeks to illustrate the most effective ways to display information to a range of audiences. In using the flexibility of computer modelling techniques it seeks to show that the levels of detail in a 3-D computer model can be tailored to individual circumstances to produce the most effective result.
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