King's Visualisation Lab

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The King's Visualization Lab (KVL) (now defunct) was a unit between 2005 and 2015 of the Centre for Computing in the Humanities (later Department of Digital Humanities) at King's College London. The Lab was responsible for theory and practice in the use of 3D modelling and visualization methods in the study of archaeology and cultural heritage, and also ran training and Masters-level teaching for students in these areas.

Core members

  • Drew Baker
  • Professor Richard Beacham (director)
  • Martin Blazeby
  • Dr Hugh Denard (lecturer)

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