Cyberarcheology research paper wins award

A team of CITRIS researchers received the best paper award at VSMM 2010 : 16th International Conference on Virtual Systems and Multimedia, in Korea,  The paper: “Cyberarchaeology: Experimenting with Teleimmersive Archaeology“, presents a framework for collaborative cyberarchaeology aimed at remote real-time interaction with 3D archaeological models through a shared virtual environment. The team is made up of reserachers from both UC Merced and UC Berkeley. 

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