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2011 International Conference on Biometrics and Kansei Engineering
Advanced digital media and 3D computer graphics have long been used to preserve or virtually reconstruct cultural heritage sites. While a number of research work on preservation and virtual visualization of archaeological sites in Europe and Egypt, less effort has been spent on introducing new technologies to visualize and preserve cultural heritage sites in some other regions of the world like south Asia. This research presents a case study focused on the virtual visualization and simulationdoi:10.1109/icbake.2011.69 fatcat:ipuf3fitqregbmf76gpkbvwnfm