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DH6004 Presentation

DH6004 presentation on the application of non-invasive 3D imaging techniques in the heritage sector.

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DH6004 Presentation

  1. 1. Carrickfergus Castle (facebook.com/1manScan)
  2. 2. Carrickfergus Castle Archaeological Excavation (facebook.com/1manScan)
  3. 3. CLN00374, Clonmacnoise Grave Slab, Co. Ofaly (Moore Institute) Maumanorig Ogham Stone (ogham.celt.dias.ie) Grave Slab Fragment, St. Nicholas’ Church, Cove Street, Cork
  4. 4. Detail of The Three Living and the Three Dead, from the De Lisle Psalter c.1308-1340
  5. 5. The Modest Man Cadaver Stone, Triskel Arts Centre, Cork Cadaver tomb of James Rice, Christchurch Cathedral, Waterford City (Above) with detail of maggot and toad located on stomach and rib cage (below)
  6. 6. Children playing in Corporation Burial Ground, Rutherglen Road, Glasgow (gettyimages.ie)
  7. 7. ‘The Modest Man Research Project’ A case study for the use of 3-D modelling in the heritage sector Orla-Peach Power
  8. 8. Modern Viewing Box Detail of Modest Man cadaver stone and possible original location within crypt (triskelartscentre.ie)
  9. 9. Cadaver effigy of Sir Edmond Goldyng and his wife Elizabeth Flemyng, Co. Louth (NLI) Beaulieu Cadaver Stone, Co. Louth (Byrne 2012)
  10. 10. What is photogrammetry? Stereograph of Reginald’s Tower, Waterford
  11. 11. Digital Elevation Model (DEM)
  12. 12. Structure From Motion (SFM) Screenshot of Agisoft Photoscan interface showing directionality of photographs
  13. 13. Monmouth Castle point-cloud generated in Photosynth (Wikipedia)
  14. 14. Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI) / Polynomial Texture mapping Photographs of the same graveslab used to illustrate the benefits of controlled directional lighting to enhance surface details
  15. 15. Camera location in relation to the diameter of the object under investigation (asis.org and wessexarch.co.uk)
  16. 16. ‘Normals’ Visualisation in RTI Viewer Normals visualisation demonstrated on semi-transparent obsidian projectile ( culturalheritageimaging.org)
  17. 17. Funded 3-D Imaging Projects in Ireland Ogham in 3D Project 3-D Icons survey of Glendalough Round Tower
  18. 18. Lidar generated 3D model of Tech Midchúarta, Hill of Tara (discoveryprogramme.ie)
  19. 19. Reconstruction of partial hippopotamus skull using Agisoft Photoscan

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