Chris Sims and Chris Webster make it no secret they're on the Codifi team. Codifi founder, Michael Ashley, joins the show to reflect on Codifi's reception at the 82nd Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology in Vancouver, BC.
We get all the Chrises (and Matthew Whitten) back together, this time to talk about which particular drones and tech packages work, and lessons learned in deploying drones for archaeological research.
Adam Spring joins the show to talk about digital archaeology, 3D scanning, and the materiality of technology. Adam hosts the Remotely-Interested Podcast and authors the blog of the same name, and is a visiting lecturer in digital cultures at Duke University, by way of University of Plymouth's archaeology department in the UK. Bonus: we talk about Westworld and the ethical implications of immersive interpretations of the past, as well as effects of consumer trends on heritage and preservation work.