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CAA 2014

Archaeovision R&D will present the ArchaeoLog.IO data management system for the first time in Paris at CAA 2014. It is the 42nd year for CAA conference which gathers people working with computing and technologies in cultural heritage. It is a perfect place to introduce the research and data management tool ArchaeoLog.IO. The paper abstract is available…

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Arhaeovision R&D

Archaeovision R&D Unit

Archaeovision started as non-profit company Arheovisioon MTÜ in Estonia. It has been very tiny team working mainly with cultural heritage related data presentation in web and documentation and imaging related issues. We have run several training sessions and lectures and have invited people over to Estonia to give lectures. Recent activities include organising the Rode…

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Rode Imaging Event

We are happy to announce that we are organising an imaging event in Tallinn, in mid May. The event focuses on different imaging technologies used in cultural heritage. The event is structured in three parts: the first day we will have presentations about projects, case studies and technologies; the second day we will go deeper into certain technologies;…

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‘Graffiti’ in Mingary Castle

A recent news article published on the BBC’s new page entitled “‘Graffiti’ in Mingary Castle thought to be 700 years old” discusses newly found graffiti markings found by architectural consultant Tom Addyman and his team on plastered walls of the chapel. The archaeologists involved in the team date the markings to between 1265 and 1295 and more can be found on Jon…

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Exciting times ahead!

At Archaeovision we aim to offer the best and most complete service possible within the digital capture of culture heritage, working with our clients to understand their needs and offer a multitude of solutions. We can only do this by working with leading experts and as such it is our proud privilege that Tom Goskar and Paul…

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Upgrade of Agisoft Photoscan

Here at Archaeovision we utilise photogrammetry in a lot of the work that we do. It is a cheaper method in many ways to traditional 3D recording techniques but it is often associated with slow processing times and at times the overall model can be poor. Agisoft have recently released an upgrade to their photoscan…

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Unlocking the scrolls of Herculaneum

Having recently read an article on the BBC new’s page about the artefacts from the British Museum’s Life and Death: Pompeii and Herculaneum exhibition it led to a belief of how integral RTI could be within the research of the scrolls of Herculaneum. The scrolls have been greatly damaged and are very delicate, reading the writing on these…

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Introducing Archaeovision

Archaeovision is a archaeological consultancy specialising in computer vision and web technologies across the heritage sector. What does that mean in plain English? It means that we can provide a complete service for those requiring any help with projects that require 3D capture, analysis, reconstruction or output of information onto the web. Based in the…

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RTI Viewer at UK National Archive’s blog

Some years ago we completed some work at the UK National Archives to test RTI technology on a wide range of different examples. Hemp Pagi completed the first test and James Miles completed the second. This work was based on a collaboration between the ACRG and the National Archives. Today they posted a blog post about exploring textures and…

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Infrared RTI

Last night I took the artwork from my wall and did my first infrared RTI. I would say it is even more exiting than normal RTI as you will see things you are not able to see with naked eye. The artwork that I was taking photos of was not maybe the best to show the potential…

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