Natasa Lackovic is a lecturer in the Department of Educational Research.
  • How 3D objects and pictures of heritage can connect children worldwide - Natasa Lackovic

    Details are still emerging of the scale of destruction on the heritage site of Palmyra in Syria. Now work is beginning by archaeologists at Oxford and Harvard, determined to create a digital record of the ancient sites that remain. They are planning to get thousands of 3D cameras into Syria and Iraq that can be used by people on the ground to take 3D images of the countries' cultural heritage.