Journal of Archaeological Science - Visualization of lidar-derived relief models for detection of archaeological features
No surprises here. Comparison study of different visualization of digital elevation models for archaeological applications concludes no single approach is ideal for all locations. Authors do provide visualization technique recommendations based on terrain types.
This map shows earthquakes >= 4.0 in magnitude since 1898, outlining the tectonic plates. (via Stunning Map Reveals World’s Earthquakes Since 1898 ǀ Plate Tectonics Map | OurAmazingPlanet.com)
Giza3D is a fine example of archaeology and visualization with a solid mix of interactivity and information. I hope we see more of this for other sites not only for fun, but as teaching and research tools. (via Visit the Pyramids of Giza With This Interactive 3D Site)
Visualizing the immense data contributions to Wikipedia (via A Glowing Map Of Wikipedia’s Worldwide Community | Co.Design: business innovation design)
Beautiful visualization of 240 million light years of space from five different perspectives.
(via A Mind-Melting Visualization Of The Universe’s Invisible Forces | Co.Design: business innovation design)