We have developed a methodology for the creation of photo-realistic and accurate 3D models and endeavor to share this knowledge with the broader cultural heritage community.
Our methodology fuses data from LiDAR devices with aerial and terrestrial photogrammetry to create a photo-textured 3D mesh that contains millimeter resolution detail for core areas of the subject as well as extended contextual documentation of the surrounding environment.
Our Digital Documentation Methodology
We conduct in-person workshops for groups that cover core principles and skills for the digital documentation of cultural heritage and post-processing techniques.
High resolution camera operation to photography elements and principles
White balancing, color and exposure adjustment for photogrammetric processing
Practical drone operation as well as flight planning for site capture
Principle of photogrammetric data capture and planning
Laser scanning principles, operation and project planning
Basic surveying techniques to establish control and ensure accuracy
3D mesh creation from input photogrammetric and LiDAR data
Share your 3D model with new audiences through web publishing platforms
Virtual workshop participants receive a photogrammetry kit and instruction over live video with a curriculum tailored to your documentation goals and current skill level. Participants receive access to an extensive library of online resources for additional support.
We invest in the ongoing development of this methodology, partnering with technology companies across the globe and endeavor to share these techniques and methods with the cultural heritage community.