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Planet Earth

Visit Prehistoric Scotland With A Couple Clicks

Dead ThingsBy Gemma TarlachApril 28, 2017 8:52 PM
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Explore a pile of information, including reconstructions, maps and raw research, about prehistoric Scotland's hillforts in a new, open-access digital project. (Credit SERF Hillforts Project) A recently released app featuring the latest research on prehistoric Scotland's hillforts gets you close to the archaeological action with drone footage, 3D artifact renderings and plenty of other eye candy. Happy Friday, everyone...start your weekend right with a fascinating and slick bit of desktop time travel: the SERF Hillforts Project app, a digital treasure trove courtesy of the Strathearn Environs and Royal Forteviot Project and its partners. Launch the app and enjoy the views of several of Scotland's ancient hillforts as seen through the eyes of the archaeologists studying them. It might take a little bit of time to get used to the icon-driven navigation, but that's only because there's so much to choose from on almost every page. Have fun exploring!

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The SERF Hillforts Project uses icon-driving navigation to allow users access to photographs, drone footage, papers, maps and other info. (Credit SERF Hillforts Project)

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