Category Archives: Historic Preservation

GPR and LIDAR – A Powerful Combination

The researchers are currently working with a mobile bridge survey vehicle that comprises a mobile 3D laser scanner, a GPR, thermographic cameras and a surface ‘profilometer’. Continue reading

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Time Scanners on the National Geographic Channel

Time Scanners, presented by Dallas Campbell, unlocks the secrets of the world’s most iconic engineering feats using cutting-edge, 3D laser scanning technology Continue reading

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3D Digital Models of Egyptian Mummies

The digital models are being used to allow visitors to investigate the mummies in 3D using a digital table display. Continue reading

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UAVs Set to Revolutionize Archaeological Mapping

This video provides valuable insight on the game changing use of unmanned aerial vehicles UAVs to cost effectively map potentially important archaeological sites. Continue reading

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Georgia Mounds – A Different Perspective

Erika Mavity provided this link to a different point of view on the mounds being investigated in Georgia by the History Channel. Continue reading

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Designing the LiDAR Mission for Industrial Heritage

Heritage managers and digital documentarians may see the same subject, but observe it through a contrasting set of filters. Continue reading

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First 3D Laser Scanned Images of Chinese Tombs

The Glasgow School of Art Media Centre has recently published some of the first images of the next Scottish Ten project. Continue reading

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Digital Preservation of Old Mission Dolores

CyArk has recently announced the availability of the digital record of Old Mission Dolores, the oldest building in San Francisco, California Continue reading

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Digital Documentation 2012

You can be sure that Doug Pritchard and his team, which includes Historic Scotland and CyArk Europe have taken Digital Documentation 2012 up a notch. Continue reading

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Doug Pritchard To Lead CyArk Europe

Doug Pritchard will now serve as director of operations for CyArk Europe and creative director for CyArk in Oakland. Continue reading

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