Over the last two years I have been fortunate enough to be part of the Google Under the Earth: Seeing-beneath-Stonehenge project. Funded by the Google Research Program and based at Bournemouth University, this project has created an interactive layer within Google Earth, which draws from the information and data gathered during the six years of excavations by the Stonehenge Riverside Project. This layer contains previously un-seen interactive features, including; excavation plans, 3D models, videos, narrated landscape tours, photographs, trench outlines, geophysics plots and much more. All of which will been made available for the general public to use and explore. It is with great excitement that I can now reveal a sneak peak of the content that is soon to be made available for all to download.
News of the launch will be placed on the web pages of Bournemouth University at Google Under-the-Earth: Seeing Beneath Stonehenge.
Also see Mark Dover’s blog, who was my supervisor during the project.
Background information about the Stonehenge Riverside Project including all the valuable supporters over the years, can be found here .