La experiencia del IRNAS en el registro digital del arte rupestre se expone en la Universidad de Cambridge

Along the days 21 and 22 of past may the international Workshop “Documenting prehistoric parietal art: recently developed digital recording techniques” was performed in the prestigious McDonald Institution for Archaeological Research of Cambridge University, in which Miguel Ángel Rogerio Candelera, member of the research group “Environmental Microbiolgy and Cultural Heritage” presented the invited lecture “Digital image analysis based study, recording, and protection of painted rock art. Some Iberian experiences” This Worshop served as rendez-vous of several of the most eminent European specialists in novel techniques for non invasive rock art recording techniques, as well as some North American and South African specialists. More information in the link:


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