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About the article
Alisa Pettitt is a PhD student in the Department of Geography and Geoinformation Science at George Mason University and an SOI qualified archaeologist working for the Fairfax County Park Authority. Her current research focuses on Virtual and Augmented Reality for the interpretation of heritage sites and archaeological research.
Dr. Sven Fuhrmann is the Associate Chair of the Department of Geography and Geoinformation Science and an Associate Professor of Geovisualization and Geoinformation at George Mason University. Dr. Fuhrmann is a SME in GIScience and Geovisualization, bridging cutting-edge research developments in the United States and Europe. His research interests include 3D Geovisualization, Virtual and Augmented Reality, HCI, Spatial Cognition and Behavior.
Published Online: 2017-11-24
Published in Print: 2017-12-20