CAAUK 2016 – Embodied GIS and applied Multi-Sensory Archaeology
I recently attended the CAAUK 2016 meeting in Leicester, a great couple of days with a few really interesting papers.
As usual, the rather excellent Dougs Rocks-Macqueen was on hand to record the talks. His videos can be found here – he records all sorts of diverse archaeological conferences, so it is well worth clicking the subscribe button on his account.
In case anyone is interested, I have embedded the video of my talk below – where I discuss the Embodied GIS, using examples from my previous research including Voices Recognition and the Dead Man’s Nose.