Our presentation at FOSS4G 2017 in Boston

Marco Montanari
Sep 2, 2017 · 1 min read
Three observer viewing our amazing presentation with ponies and dancers

Last August we spent 2 weeks in the States for the FOSS4G conference. The experience has been great, as usual for the states. We presented our latest work on OHM with the following presentation

The slide deck is not very different from the Kainua one we presented earlier this year except for lovely slide 2 :D and the explanation of what the Kainua/Marzabotto site is and what it represents, because we wanted do bring a larger and less archaeologically aware audience up to date on our project and our works.

Also, the news about other projects has been great, projects like MapboxGL, tools like Tangible Landscape really opened our minds and gave us whole new ideas to explore and analyze.

Soon with news on a major update to the website!!

Open History Map

Open History Map aims at the creation of simply readable maps of the past using technologies and theoretical approaches coming from the GIS and NeoCartography world

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Software Architect who lives for AI, Software Design, Software Philosophy and Art as well as everything around them, spanning from History to Archaeology…

Open History Map

Open History Map aims at the creation of simply readable maps of the past using technologies and theoretical approaches coming from the GIS and NeoCartography world

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