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Digital 2D and 3D visualisations as iconic epistemological models


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Digital 2D and 3D visualizations play a representative as well as an operative role in the field of investigation of Cultural Heritage. At the beginning these digital 2D and 3D visualizations were especially used to present results of research projects, but today they become more and more a scientific tool during the research process.
Digital 2D and 3D visualisations have the potential to extend the traditional methods of all participating disciplines in research of Cultural Heritage. Thus, these visualisations could be defined as spatial and object-related iconic epistemological models and media. In these iconic models the knowledge is collected, merged and made visible.


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Digital 2D and 3D Visualisations, Digital 3D Reconstructions, Digital Iconic Epistemologicla Models, Digital Cultural Heritage

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2423/i22394303v10n1p19

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