Posts Tagged:photogrammetry

Salisbury Cathedral’s 800 year Magna Carta Exhibition

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Salisbury Cathedral, housing one of the only four original 1215 copies of the Magna Carta, is this year celebrating the 800th year of its creation by hosting a new and updated Magna Carta exhibition. The exhibition is taking place throughout the year within their Chapter House, which has on display their original Magna Carta document highlighting…

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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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Kaasan Church documentation project

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This week we spent two days surveying the Kaasan Church, in Tallinn, Estonia. This is the first stage of a larger documentation project where laser scanning and photogrammetric surveying will be completed, with the laser scanning being a collaborative project with one of our partner companies, Reaalproject LLC. The end product of the work will be a…

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Agisoft PhotoScan Reseller

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Archaeovision is a technology and software driven company. In order to succeed as a business we have spent many hours learning and testing a number of different software packages to provide the best service possible to our clients. Our extensive knowledge of how individual software packages work sets us apart from the rest as it allows…

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Rode project visits Rode’s home town

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Archaeovision R&D has been involved in the Rode conservation and research project (see previous posts) for over a year now. Our main tasks have been related to imaging. Last week we were invited to Lübeck,  the hometown of Herman Rode, to document the altar piece and a small painting at  St. Anne‘s Museum Quarter.  Whilst…

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Photogrammetry for museum display

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Estonian National Museum is working hard on developing new display units and setups for their new new museum which opens in 2016. Archaeovision has been part of this recent development through the capture and processing of a number of photogrammetric models of reconstructed clothes, found some years ago while excavating a burial. We spent a…

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EMYA and the Rode Imaging Event

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During the past week, Archaeovision members James Miles and Hembo Pagi, gave a number of talks in Tallinn, Estonia on the research that Archaeovision is able to provide. On the first day, James presented a paper at the “Creating the Magic: Matching Culture and ICT” eCult Dialogue Day at the Art Museum of Estonia. The eCult…

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Upgrade of Agisoft Photoscan

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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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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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