Accompanying Archaeological Documentation

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In the course of archaeological excavations 3D laser scanning allows for a three-dimensional documentation of findings with small expenditure of time. By using additional external or internal camera systems true colours can be captured and three-dimensional virtual point clouds can be created in the course of an accompanying archaeological documentation. These can be the basis for a following additional mapping, visualisation or documentation of the excavation.

Watch an animated 3D-Laserscan of the Gärtnerhaus Rothenburg o. d. TauberEspecially during excavations in a difficult environment or during building activities 3D laser scanning allows for a non-destructive capturing and documentation for a later analysis of the findings within a very short period of time. The creation of a virtual point cloud of the excavation enables the archaeologist to regard the findings from a new point of view and to gain insights for their interpretation.

 

Further examples of our previous works:

Watch a measurement of the former Watchtower Schweinfurt   Watch a measurement of the former Watchtower Schweinfurt   Watch a measurement of the former Watchtower Schweinfurt
         
Watch a measurement of the former Watchtower Schweinfurt   Watch a picture of the grave Biburg   Watch a rendering of the grave Biburg
         
Watch a rendering of the grave Biburg   Watch a rendering of the dig in Heilsbronn   Watch a rendering of the dig in Heilsbronn
         
Watch a rendering of the dig in Heilsbronn   Watch a rendering of the dig in Heilsbronn   Watch a video of the dig in Heilsbronn
         
Watch a video of the dig in Dambach        

 

 

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