Photogrammetry

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2D and 3D Photogrammetry

This technique enables the reconstruction of accurate 2D and 3D models of archaeological objects and scenes

Photogrammetry is the technique of acquiring measurements from multiple overlapping photographic images taken from different positions. This technique enables the reconstruction of accurate 2D and 3D models of archaeological objects or scenes. Archaeologists are becoming increasingly aware of the benefits of this survey technique particularly the advantage of producing rectified images, orthophotos or precise 3D data formatted for use in CAD and GIS packages. The great advantage of this survey technique is the speed of on‐site recording and the vast amount of detail that can be retrieved from images. Photogrammetry survey is also essential for fragile or inaccessible archaeological objects and features since it does not involve any contact with objects, preventing damage as well as minimising deterioration.

Example of 3D model of rock shelter with rock art.
To download the 3D pdf file please follow this  link (it requires  Adobe Acrobat Reader )

ArcheoRes – Archaeological Research Group provides high density 2D and 3D models from photographs taken on the ground by means of photogrammetric rods. The 2D and 3D models can be used for high-quality three-dimensional reproduction, or to derive two-dimensional visions of detail (plans, elevations, sections) that can be processed by CAD and GIS software.

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