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How virtual reality is opening up some of the world's most inaccessible archaeological sites

We often associate Virtual Reality (VR) with thrilling experiences we may never be able to have in real life – such as flying a jet fighter, exploring the oceans or going on a spacewalk. But researchers are also starting to use this technology to study and open up access to archaeological sites that are difficult to get to. Pleito cave site [Credit: Devlin Gandy, Author provided]An archaeological site can be inaccessible for a range...

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