Newswise — LEXINGTON, Ky. (Feb. 12, 2015) — The technological infrastructure of a University of Kentucky building is making it possible for researchers to "virtually unroll" the Scrolls of Herculaneum, which are housed thousands of miles away. UK Computer Science Professor and Chair Brent Seales recently made headlines on Newswise for leading a major breakthrough in reading these ancient scrolls. His digital imaging software will visualize the writing within scrolls of Herculaneum without physically unrolling them. While these scrolls are currently being housed in France, Seales is leading the digital imaging process from the University of Kentucky campus in the Davis Marksbury Building. Watch the video above to discover why this building fosters an environment where Seales can share this dynamic research with his students, all while reducing the university's carbon footprint.