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UCL Discovery - The Sen-nedjem Project: Archaeology, Virtual Reality and Education Terras, M; (1999) The Sen-nedjem Project: Archaeology, Virtual Reality and Education. Archaeological Computing Newsletter , 53 4 - 10. Virtual reality, interactive computer generated sites and scenarios, theoretically creates great opportunities for archaeology, history, and education. Immersive computer driven environments impart information regarding space and human experience that would not be possible using traditional means of representation. Places and structures too remote, dangerous or deteriorated to visit can be experienced, and virtual models can provide the context in which to understand other complex issues surrounding an environment. In the past the technology required to produce such virtual 'worlds' has been expensive and complex, but Internet developments in the last few years have provided the means to generate three-­‐dimensional interactive worlds cheaply and quickly.

Cat On Boat Plays With Dolphins - Slothster Comment by paulsoul100 great and wonderful, but like many, my concern is for the dolphin, they are free beings, with there own development in progress. they must not be used for our desires and will.. let them evolve in there own time in there own way. and let us not rape the oceans for our collective greed. Comment by d4dolphin WikiCommons Internationalization العربية: لقديمة Deutsch: Altes Ägypten NewGardiner font for hieroglyphs Description This font contains the 1071 glyphs from 0x13000 to 0x1342E, forming the section from document WG2/N3349R that deals with Egyptian Hieroglyphs. (There is further information about the glyphs.) The name indicates that the font does not have the pretence to offer much more than the shapes of the font used by Gardiner in his grammar and in supplementary documents, while it is 'new' in the sense of being somewhat more streamlined and uniform.

RES This is the home page of the RES encoding scheme for hieroglyphic. General documentation M.-J. Nederhof. A Revised Encoding Scheme for Hieroglyphic. World Art Treasures: Egypt Egypt The genesis of our spirit stretches from the first palettes carved in shale nearly five thousand years ago to the mural paintings with which the Copts covered the bas-reliefs of the temples of yore. Slide Library Tell El-Amarna, Capital of the Disk Roman Portraits from Egypt Pilgrimage to Abydos Giza 3D - Dassault Systèmes 3841 tombs and monuments listed. Thanks to 10 years of collected research, Dassault Systèmes was able to reconstruct the Giza Necropolis as accurately as possible. Egyptian Mythology Ancient Egyptian Mythology encompasses the beliefs and rituals of Ancient Egypt. It was followed in Egypt for over three thousand years until the establishment of Coptic Christianity and Islam. Throughout the vast and complex history of Egypt, the dominant beliefs of the ancient Egyptians merged and developed as leaders of different groups gained power. This process continued even after the end of the ancient Egyptian civilization as we know it today.

ISIS - Journal of the Ancient Chronology Forum Welcome to the ISIS Archive To search the Archive click on Buttons above, or use Search Box "The advancement of research into the chronology, archaeology and history of the ancient world." ISIS was the only scholarly organisation specifically established to study the chronology of ancient times. Its multidisciplinary approach - combining archaeology, textual analysis and scientific dating techniques - has revealed new and fascinating insights into the history of the ancient world. It was founded in 1985 by a group of students and scholars of ancient history, and its related fields of study, who felt it was important to develop an interdisciplinary approach to the study of Man's ancient past.

Features - HorNET software Features of Vector Office. User friendly interfaceThe software is easy to learn with only a minimum of effortFull AntialiasingFast graphic engine produces soft lines and edgesCustomisable 2D objects ( and 3D objects in Version 4)Documents can consist of 2D objects, drawn directly into the document and 3D objects imported from 3D Studio MAX or similar 3D editors Egyptian statue in 3D containing nearly 29.000 surfaces rendered by the engine of Vector Office Touch screen support for Windows 7 and higherUse your hands to move around hieroglyphs in your documentFull Unicode supportLibrary systemA powerful library system saves often used signs and shapes.

The Pyramids iPad app – Touch Press Wonders of the Old Kingdom The greatest monuments of ancient Egypt are brought to life on the iPad screen in this immersive, navigable 3D world. Uncover the fascinating story of history’s greatest treasures by exploring Egypt’s famous pyramids and tombs within an interactive view of the Giza plateau. Access the tombs and pyramids Enter and explore three pyramids and eight fascinating tombs, or experience a guided tour with expert audio-commentary. Giza 3D - Dassault Systèmes 3841 tombs and monuments listed. Thanks to 10 years of collected research, Dassault Systèmes was able to reconstruct the Giza Necropolis as accurately as possible.

New Chronology of the World History (Win1251) The chronology of ancient and medieval history in its present form was created and completed to a considerable extent in a series of works during the 16th and 18th centuries, beginning with J.Scaliger (1540-1609), the "founder of modern chronological science" and D.Petavius (1583-1652). However, the series of these works is not entirely complete, since, as the well-known chronologist E.Bickerman observes, "there is no adequate, full-scale treatment of ancient chronology". Chronology is what tells us how much time has elapsed between some historical event and the present. To determine real chronology, one must be able to translate the data in the ancient documents into the terminology and units of modern time reckoning.

Virtual Egyptian Tomb (Tomb of Menna) fris13 wrote:I almost wish that when we stare at certain parts of the paintings that we could get some popup with a description of what we are seeing and what it represents. Yes, it would be nice to have pop-up labels and info (though there are literally HUNDREDS of things that could be labeled in this tomb). I have made other Unity environments with labels and pop-ups (for example, the Christian building at Dura Europos - Someday soon I hope to make a Rift version of those.

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