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Recent RTI work at the National Archives, Kew

Myself and Peter Wheeler spent a week working at the National Archives recording a number of different items using RTI. The work was a continuation of the DEDEFI project that Hembo Pagi completed in 2011. The majority of the work was from the 19th century Records of the Patent Office books specifically looking at Patents, Designs and Trade Marks Office and predecessor. In total we recorded 56 RTIs over the space of the week and we had time to also record a few Medieval seals for Adrian Ailes. Continue reading →

GigaPan imaging

The Archaeological Computing Research Group have begun to take advantage of GigaPan imaging within our analysis of archaeological datasets. GigaPan imaging offers the first solution for shooting, viewing and exploring high-resolution panoramic images in a single system, in other words, we are able to incorporate a number of images within one single crisp and vivid panorama. GigaPan imaging can be used in relation with a number of different datasets. Continue reading →