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Some late news on our friend Tlaloc II-TC

If you recall, a while ago I posted about a robot, called Tlaloc II-TC, that was placed in the temple of Quetzalcoatl in Teotihuacan. This little robot had already found a number of interesting objects during its adventure when I last spoke about it. It appears that in April Tlaloc II-TC uncovered three 2000 year old chambers. Archaeologists will […]

News in Computational Archaeology – Celebrating 5000+ views

This blog has now officially passed 5000 views. To celebrate here are some news in the field. Thank you all for the support   : ) 3D Mauls and Segmented Stones “In-Situ”: GIS and 3D modelling come together for archaeology. New online CAA Proceedings: All Proceedings from 1973 to 2011, except of 2002 and 2010, […]