Posts Tagged:gigapan

Sky-Watcher at Kaasan church

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Yesterday we went back to the Kaasan Church to complete a photogrammetric survey that will be used alongside the laser scan model already captured on site. Recently we bought a Sky-Watcher All View multi-purpose computerised mount and this was used on site as a test. In comparison to the Gigapan setup that we have used previously, it has…

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Laser Scanning the Insula Dell’ara Coeli, Rome, Italy

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In July of this year Archaeovision member James Miles conducted a laser scan survey of the Insula Dell’ara Coeli which is situated in the centre of Rome at the base of the Capitoline Hill. The building dates to the second century AD and is one of the best preserved examples of a Roman brick-built apartment building. It was saved…

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Dreamtime stories

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If you ever feel stressed, bored or have lack of ideas get out of the office and do some fieldworks. When you come back you are filled with energy and full of motivation. That’s at least how it has been for me. I had a great opportunity to attend to rock art documentation project in Western Australia, Kimberley…

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