3D technology used in search for clues in once-hidden cemetery

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Experts used 3D laser technology, which is able scan 360 degrees, Friday at a long hidden African-American cemetery in northeast San Antonio, on land once owned by freed slave Jane Warren and her family.Kevin Glowacki, director of the Texas A&M Center for Heritage Conservation, said the findings could reveal clues not seen by the naked eye."Depressions on the ground or mounds in the ground that might indicate human remains that we can't see yet," Glowacki said.Everett Fly, a landscape architect who is nationally known for his work on historic sites, is helping the Hockley family, Warren's desc...

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