The University of South Florida's Alliance for Integrated Spatial Technologies (AIST) is using 3D laser scanning for research into heritage preservation, education, and public interpretation. We are digitally preserving our world's fragile heritage and teaching in new and exciting ways that bring the past to life.

The University of South Florida's Alliance for Integrated Spatial Technologies (AIST) is using 3D laser scanning for research into heritage preservation, education, and public interpretation. We are digitally preserving our world's fragile heritage and teaching in new and exciting ways that bring the past to life.

Spatialworlds - The Spatialworlds blog is a repository of teaching resources, images, commentary and website links for those interested in spatial education, spatial technology and geography in schools.

Image above: The Home page for the Australian Governments Food for thought resource. Related links to Spatialworlds GeogSplace (a te.

Toward spatial humanities : historical GIS and spatial history

Toward Spatial Humanities: Ian N Gregory: available via ebrary

The clearly visible outline of the lower Iron Age town of Tell Ahmar, in Syria's Euphrates Valley, highlighted. (photo credit: Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies, University of Arkansas/U.S. Geological Survey)

The clearly visible outline of the lower Iron Age town of Tell Ahmar, in Syria's Euphrates Valley, highlighted. (photo credit: Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies, University of Arkansas/U.

Students in the Environmental and Spatial Technology program, at Horace Mann Magnet Middle School, in Little Rock, Arkansas, connect with nature through projects that serve their community.

EAST -- A Way Forward: Tech Inspires Self-Directed Learning

Students in the Environmental and Spatial Technology (EAST) program, at Horace Mann Magnet Middle School, in Little Rock, Arkansas, connect with nature throu.

Researchers with the University of South Florida Alliance for Integrated Spatial Technologies, collaborating with USF History Professor William Murray, utilized terrestrial laser scanning (TLS) survey and imaging techniques to document the Triumphal Arch of Orange- a World Heritage site in southeast France.

Researchers with the University of South Florida Alliance for Integrated Spatial Technologies, collaborating with USF History Professor William Murray, utili.

3D printed heritage on display at the Museum of Science and Industry in Tampa. The Alliance for Integrated Spatial Technologies with the University of South Florida is guest curator of the exhibit and showcases how 3D printing can be used for heritage tourism, education, and conservation/preservation.

3D printed heritage on display at the Museum of Science and Industry in Tampa. The Alliance for Integrated Spatial Technologies with the University of South Florida is guest curator of the exhibit and showcases how 3D printing can be used for heritage tourism, education, and conservation/preservation.

Library Genesis: David Wheatley, Mark Gillings - Spatial Technology and Archaeology: The Archaeological Applications of GIS

Library Genesis is a scientific community targeting collection of books on natural science disciplines and engineering.

The National Park Service and University of South Florida Alliance for Integrated Spatial Technologies are working on the documentation of Fort Matanzas utilizing terrestrial laser scanning (TLS) survey and other spatial mapping and imaging techniques.

The National Park Service and University of South Florida Alliance for Integrated Spatial Technologies are working on the documentation of Fort Matanzas utilizing terrestrial laser scanning (TLS) survey and other spatial mapping and imaging techniques.

A 1960s spy satellite image of Tell Rifaat in northern Syria, with the ancient remains of a city clearly visible beneath. (photo credit: Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies, University of Arkansas/U.S. Geological Survey)

Archaeologists Discover Lost Cities in Cold War Spy Imagery (Photo: Corona Atlas Project)

The Dragon Skin Pavilion is an architectural art installation that challenges and explores the spatial, tactile, and material possibilities #architecture is offered today by revolutions in digital fabrication and manufacturing #technology. http://www.archdaily.com/215249/dragon-skin-pavilion-emmi-keskisarja-pekka-tynkkynen-lead/

Dragon Skin Pavilion / Emmi Keskisarja + Pekka Tynkkynen + Kristof Crolla (LEAD) and Sebastien Delagrange (LEAD)

Dragon Skin Pavilion - Hong Kong & Shenzhen Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture - Laboratory for Explorative Architecture and Design (LEAD)

Why are University of Arkansas researchers studying ancient Roman ceramics at the University of Missouri?  The answer involves one of the most important museums in Rome, a power company, a research reactor, and Rachel Opitz, a research associate at the University of Arkansas’ Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies who specializes in high-resolution 3-D imaging.

Why are University of Arkansas researchers studying ancient Roman ceramics at the University of Missouri?

Resonant Chamber is an interior envelope system that deploys the principles of rigid origami to transform the acoustic environment through dynamic spatial, material, and electro-acoustic technologies

A Mechanical Roof Tweaks Concert Acoustics In Real Time

Resonant Chamber - ceiling panels that flexibly change in a performance space, depending on what it's used for. Project by Taubman College, in architecture

Advice from Aspen Christine Johnson Ham: Environmental and Spatial Technology Teacher

Advice from Aspen Christine Johnson Ham: Environmental and Spatial Technology Teacher – UTA New Teachers: Building Digital Community

EAST Initiative: Environmental and Spatial Technology

EAST Initiative: Environmental and Spatial Technology

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