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RTI Capture of a 12th century Cambodian Stela

As part of our ongoing collaboration with the École française d’Extrême-Orient (EFEO), which is a French institute dedicated to the study of Asian societies, Archaeovision were employed to capture an important 12th century Cambodian stela through RTI. The stela is an important piece of Cambodian history as it shows the only known example of the inscription work completed…

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Deerhurst Photogrammetry Project

Work began in March in the digitisation of the South Cloister Wall at St Mary’s Priory Church in Deerhurst, Gloucestershire. The church dates it’s origins back to 804AD when Æthelric, son of  Æthelmund, bequeathed extensive lands to the community at Deerhurst with the 9th century seeing Deerhurst as being one of the most important religious foundations of the kingdom of…

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Salisbury Cathedral’s 800 year Magna Carta Exhibition

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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Update on the Insula Dell’ara Coeli

In August of last year we published a post on the laser scanning work that we completed in June of 2014 of the Insula Dell’ara Coeli based at the foot of the Capitoline Hill in Rome. Work has been ongoing since then and we are now in a position to release an animation of the laser scan model…

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The Ice House at Beaulieu

As a Grade ll listed structure, the Ice House at the Beaulieu estate in the New forest, Hampshire is thought to date back to the early to mid part of the 19th century. It is of a brick construction that comprises a two meter long and two meter high vaulted passage that has the remains of an…

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Agisoft PhotoScan Reseller

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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Imaging session at CAA

The CAA conference is the largest international archaeological computing conference and is regularly attending by the leading experts in our chosen fields of study. Every year the location changes with recent conferences being in Southampton, Perth, Australia and Paris. In the past Archaeovision members James, Hembo, Paul, Tom and Kaarel have all given papers and some…

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Faro Focus at Portus. Image from Stephen Kay

Ancient Impossible

Last night in the USA a program called Ancient Impossible: Extreme Engineering aired on the History channel. The series focusses on how today’s technological achievements were developed centuries ago. This episode looks at specific examples of ancient structures and how past civilisations were able to to create new engineering feats to counter the obstacles that stood in their way.…

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

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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Portus MOOC

The Portus MOOC has now been running for a day. It is a Massive Online Open Course created by the University of Southampton and run by Future Learn. The MOOC focuses on the Imperial Port of Portus and the research that has been carried by the University over the last fifteen years. Part of the…

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