Carleton University developed a virtual archeological excavation site with 3DVC. We demonstrate that 3DVCs can be used as a learning tool by providing a virtual space with the following advantages:

1- It allows people in different locations to interact. 

2- It gives users access to facilities not available physically. 

3- It enables activities that are not possible in physical settings. 

4- It offers a variety of observation and measurement tools for performance evaluation and improvement.

Please watch Prof.Shawn Graham describing the project here:





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