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Evelyn Billo founded Rupestrian CyberServices in 1997 to provide technical services to rock art site managers and others.  Services include rock art site recording, high resolution photography and digital image enhancement, linking images, to maps, scanning and archiving research materials, comparing archival images with current rock art condition, image database creation, and production of multimedia projects for education or management.

 

Since then, Rupestrian CyberServices has engaged in many projects, both large and small. In addition to site mapping, photography, and documentation, we have been envolved in fire-impact evaluation and in exhibit curation and multimedia development. We have developed innovative solutions for many of these projects.

 

Our major projects have been as contractor or subcontractor with the National Park Service, U. S. Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Reclamation, the Defense Department, the Texas Department of Parks and Wildlife, the Museum of Northern Arizona, and the Deer Valley Rock Art Center.

 

 

 

 

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RCS: Computer science in the service of rock art research, protection, and education.