Archaeovision were employed to record this important second century AD Roman building in Rome. Laser scanning was used to record the five levels in their entirety and more on the work can be seen on our blog post. A Faro Focus 3D X330 was used and a total of 205 scans were recorded with over 7 billion points produced. The difficulties in recording using traditional methods meant that scanning was the only option available in the recording of this difficult building. Work is on going and results will be published at a later date.
Client: Dr Dragana Mladenović
Tags: Laser ScanningView Project