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3D & Augmented Reality
- Elaine A. Sullivan, Angel David Nieves, and Lisa M. Snyder, “Making the Model: Scholarship and Rhetoric in 3-D Historical Reconstructions,” In Making Things and Drawing Boundaries, edited by Jentery Sayers (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2017).
- Anne Kelly Knowles, “A Cutting-Edge Second Look at the Battle of Gettysburg,” Smithsonian Magazine (June 27, 2013).
- **Susannah Ottaway and Austin Mason, “Reconsidering Poor Law Institutions By Virtually Reconstructing and Reviewing an Eighteenth-Century Workhouse,” The Historical Journal (2020)
- Kevin Kee, Eric Poitras, and Timothy Compeau, “History All Around Us: Toward Best Practices for Augmented Reality for History,” in Seeing the Past with Computers, ed Kevin Kee and Timothy Compeau (University of Michigan Press, 2019).
- Sheila Bonde, Clark Maines, Elli Mylonas, and Julia Flanders, “The Virtual Monastery: Re‐Presenting Time, Human Movement, and Uncertainty at Saint‐Jean‐des‐Vignes, Soissons,” Visual Resources 25, no. 4 (December 1, 2009): 363–77.
- Elizabeth Stewart, “3D GIS and ‘The Royaltie Of Sight’: Recreating ‘Prospects’ and ‘Perspectives’ within an English Designed Landscape c. 1550–1660,” Digital Scholarship in the Humanities 34, no. Supplement_1 (December 1, 2019): i179–89.
- Diane Favro, and Christopher Johanson, “Death in Motion: Funeral Processions in the Roman Forum,” Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 69, no. 1 (March 1, 2010): 12–37.
- Jonathan Amakawa, and Jonathan Westin, “New Philadelphia: Using Augmented Reality to Interpret Slavery and Reconstruction Era Historical Sites,” International Journal of Heritage Studies 24, no. 3 (March 16, 2018): 315–31.