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The documentation project of St. Olaf’s Church, Tallinn

Today we are working St. Olaf’s church (Tallinn, Estonia), where we are providing a metric survey of the building focusing on the facades, church tower and chapel for restoration and conservation works. We are using a combination of different solutions including a RTK drone and ground-based photogrammetric survey in combination with different laser scan equipment,…

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Digitising the Ledgerstone Survey of England and Wales

The Ledgerstone Survey of England and Wales (LSEW) aims to record all the ledgerstones in churches throughout England and Wales. Over the past six months, Archaeovision has assisted the LSEW in converting their paper records to an indexed online database. Our role in the project was to create an interface that volunteers can register and…

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Laser Scanning at World War II RAF Ibsley Airfield Control Tower

In November 2018, Archaeovision member Gianna Gandossi conducted a laser scan survey of the World War II-era RAF Ibsley Airfield Control Tower located outside of Ringwood, New Forest, Hampshire. The recording completed by Archaeovision falls under the Heritage Lottery funded Our Past, Our Future project which incorporates community based outreach within their Rediscovering and Conserving…

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An Update on Recording the Early Medieval Crosses on the Isle of Man

Over three weeks this July and August, Archaeovision completed one of our largest recording projects to date, on behalf of the University of Lancaster’s Digital Humanities Hub and Manx National Heritage. The project, to laser scan all Early Medieval stone crosses found on the Isle of Man, used blue-light laser light scanning technology employing a…

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Laser Scanning at Bailey’s Hard Brick Kiln in Beaulieu, New Forest

In July 2018, Archaeovision member Gianna Gandossi conducted a laser scan survey of an 18th century brick kiln (List entry 1094422) on the edge of Bailey’s Hard in Beaulieu, New Forest, Hampshire. Built in 1790, the Beaulieu Brickworks at Bailey’s Hard produced red- and yellow-coloured bricks, tiles and pipes. The clay was collected from several…

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Recording the Early Medieval Crosses on the Isle of Man

Over three weeks this July and August, Archaeovision completed one of our largest recording projects to date, on behalf of the University of Lancaster’s Digital Humanities Hub and Manx National Heritage. The project, to laser scan all Early Medieval stone crosses found on the Isle of Man (205 of them), used blue-light laser light scanning…

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New RTI Captures at Lyndhurst Church

Continuing our RTI project with the New Forest Park Authority, where we have completed a number of captures at Emery Down, Burley and Minstead, and Copythorne, Archaeovision spent a day at St Michael & All Angels church in Lyndhurst capturing a number of gravestones, including Listed tomb (List entry 1094726). The current church building, which is the third on the site,…

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Analogue to Digital Photogrammetry: Padise Abbey

At the beginning of September, Archaeovision together with Euro G.V. (Czech Republic) started a collaborative project with the Estonian Heritage Board Archive to re-use and re-purpose glass plate negatives. During the project we are assessing the condition of the glass plate negatives, digitising and re-using the captured content through digital imaging processes to create photogrammetric…

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Kildalton Chapel Reconstruction

In February of this year, Archaeovision were hired by Islay Heritage, under the guidance of Professor Steven Mithen, the Deputy Vice Chancellor of Reading University, to create an interactive virtual reconstruction of Kildalton Chapel based on its original form. The work incorporated laser scanning, geophysics, aerial drone photography, photogrammetry, 3D modelling and webGL conversion. Kildalton Chapel is…

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Lyndhurst Church RTI

Continuing our RTI project with the New Forest Park Authority, where we have completed a number of captures at Emery Down, Burley and Minstead, and Copythorne, Archaeovision spent a day at St Michael & All Angels church in Lyndhurst capturing a number of gravestones, including Listed tomb (List entry 1094726). The current church building, which is the third on the site,…

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