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True Gigapixel RTI

The ACRG has always been anĀ integralĀ part within the recent development of RTI. ACRG's involvement began with the AHRC funded RTISAD projectĀ where we piloted the technique on inscribed ancient documents and archaeological artefacts. We likewise raised awareness of RTI in research and public communities in the UK. Continue reading →

Netley Abbey

In January of this year myself and Dan Joyce completed a series of recording techniques at Netley Abbey, including time of flight and phase scanning, photogrammetry and Reflectance Transformation Imaging. The work was organised by Dan in collaboration with English Heritage for his individually negotiated topic for his masters degree. Continue reading →

GigaPan work at Bodiam Castle

Between the 4th and the 24th August I spent some time at Bodiam Castle and the surrounding area completing a geophysical and building survey of the castle and grounds. The work is a collaboration between North Western University, Chicago, USA (Prof Matthew Johnson) and Southampton (Kris Strutt) and has been used as a teaching aid to first, second and third years. I have spent three years working at this wonderful site and I have never taken a single photograph of the castle. Continue reading →

GigaPan imaging

The Archaeological Computing Research Group have begun to take advantageĀ of GigaPan imaging within our analysis of archaeological datasets.Ā 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 singleĀ crisp and vivid panorama. GigaPan imaging can be used in relation with a number of different datasets. Continue reading →