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A citation rated journal article – co-authored with Caradoc Peters, lead academic for the Archaeology BSc degree offered by University Plymouth Colleges – features in the May / June copy of IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications.

The article examines cultural heritage applications of mid range laser scandata. Included is a history of the commercial development of the technologies used; open sourced modeling in Blender (Blender.org) and long term strategies for the preservation of digital datasets. Overall I would say the article acts as an easy to follow introduction to mid range laser scanning technologies.

Wire Frame Outline of Cornish Engine House

The example used was taken from the Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscapes World Heritage Site.

Solid Model Before Added Texture

http://www.computer.org/portal/web/csdl/abs/mags/cg/2010/03/mcg201003toc.htm

Written by adampspring

April 28, 2010 at 12:29 pm

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