Guest Blog on ASOR

I have just submitted a guest blog post on the American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR) blog for their ongoing special series on Archaeology in the Digital Age. It’s an introduction to Augmented Reality for Archaeology and also includes some sneak peeks of the results of some of my own AR fieldwork on Bodmin Moor. The original post can be found at

    • Joe Evans
    • September 24th, 2013 10:49am

    Awesome work, Stu! “Throughout this post I have only been able to touch upon what might be possible with Augmented Reality now and into the future. The technology is really still in its infancy…(Eve:2013).” It’s really cool to be there with you as that tech and method slowly grows 🙂

    I love this blog post and I quoted you a few times in my new presentation on how international archaeologists are pushing the digital heritage horizon to the next frontier.

    • stuarteve
    • September 24th, 2013 10:56am

    Thanks Joe! Really looking forward to seeing what you’re going to come up with too – already it is looking amazing! It is certainly a new horizon, as long as we can make sure we ground the wow-factor in a heady mix of archaeological theory and method, then I see great things in the future!

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