Over the next few weeks, in collaboration with SOAS University of London, the École française d’Extrême-Orient and The University of Sydney, Archaeovision will be conducting a number of different recording processes in Myanmar (Burma), including RTI, photogrammetry, high-resolution photography and multi-spectral imaging.
The aim of this visit is to improve and increase the number of detailed images available to both Myanmar and overseas scholars of Myanmar’s Pyu and early Pali inscriptions. We will visiting a number of museums and sites which include Yangon, Bago, Naypyidaw, Mandalay, Halin, Bagan, Beikthano, Hmawza and Pyay. As well as the inscriptions, we will be recording some of the important archaeological artefacts found throughout the country.
More on the work will be released early next year so please check our site to see the results.