City of London Guildhall

Archaeovision took part in the UAV photogrammetry survey of the Grade I listed Guildhall building in the City of London. The purpose of the survey was to produce a condition survey report of the ceremonial and administrative centre of the City of London and its Corporation. A photogrammetry model was produced using images captured by a…

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Magna Carta Exhibition

As part of Salisbury Cathedral’s 800 year anniversary Magna Carta exhibition, Archaeovision were hired to record and 3D print part of the medieval frieze in the cathedral’s Chapter House. A photogrammetry model was completed and the model was converted to a 3D print ready format. The model was printed via a ZPrinter 650 at a resolution…

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North Boscaswell Mine

Archaeovision were contracted to record the North Boscaswell Mine in Pendeen for the National Trust. A large scale UAV/Drone capture was completed and a photogrammetry model of the landscape and buildings were produced. The work also included a number of different virtual processes including a virtual RTI of the landscape and spatial analyses processes that…

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Kazan church model and orthographic photo

Church of Our Lady of Kazan documentation project

Archaeovision was commissioned to conduct a large scale building survey and documentation project at the Church of Our Lady of Kazan in Tallinn, Estonia. The Kaasan Church was built during the time of Peter the Great (1721) and is the oldest wooden sacral building in Tallinn. One of the aims of the recording was to record…

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Deerhurst Photogrammetry

Archaeovision were used to digitise the South Cloister Wall at St Mary’s Priory Church in Deerhurst, Gloucestershire through photogrammetry. The church dates it’s origins back to 804 AD and is one of the finest and most complete buildings in England to survive from before the Norman Conquest. Its architectural history is complex and is still very much debated,…

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Imaging survey of Hoa Hakananai’a

In 2012 Archaeovision members, James Miles and Hembo Pagi, completed a photogrammetry and RTI survey of the Easter Island statue Hoa Hakananai’a. The work was in collaboration with Mike Pitts the editor of British Archaeology magazine. The survey was conducted at the British Museum in order to analyse the petroglyphs on the back at the statue.…

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The Gulval Four Evangelists

Early medieval cross-base, Cornwall

Next to the south porch of Gulval Church, near Penzance in Cornwall, lies a substantial block of granite. Local legend was that the “coat of arms” visible on the south side of the door belonged to local gentry, but it is known to be a medieval cross-base, once supporting a tall cross. However, what is…

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