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Digital past 2012
Building on the success of previous Digital Past
conferences in Aberystwyth, St Fagans, and Bodelwyddan, Digital Past 2012
offers two days of events held in the historic town of Llandrindod Wells.
Conference papers, seminars, and practical training sessions will be
combined to cover the latest technical survey and interpretation
techniques and their practical application in heritage interpretation,
education and conservation.

The conference will appeal to all those studying and working in the
archaeological, heritage, interpretation and museums sectors. Popular
workshop sessions allow 'hands on' training in software applications,
laser scanning and other survey and visualisation techniques from the


The cost of the event is ?59. Details of the programme and registration
can be found on the RCAHMW website.

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