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USF researchers use 3D technology to preserve the history of Tampa Bay’s civil rights era

A USF researcher is partnering with the Florida Holocaust Museum to digitize several artifacts from its exhibit, “Beaches, Benches and Boycotts,” which highlights Tampa Bay’s troubled civil rights history. Online audiences will be able to interact virtually with the objects and learn about the region's racial and social disparities from the 1950s and 1960s.

November 20, 2020University News

Terrestrial laser scanners set up to develop 3D models of the historic Tolomato Cemetery in St. Augustine, FL.

Cross-Campus Team Uses Digital Technology to Reconstruct Historic Cemetery

Researchers from USF St. Petersburg and USF Tampa are employing 3D imaging technology to develop a digital recreation of the historic Tolomato Cemetery in St. Augustine, Florida.

May 1, 2019Research and Innovation

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