3D Simulation thesis submitted

Hi all, It has been a while since I have posted a new article on the blog. This is due to a number of reasons, primarily due to a lack of inspiration and priority of other projects, including my PhD. I am happy to announce that as of last week I have submitted the final […]

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Dear all, It has been a few weeks since I have written any new articles, and that is because I have been away for family reasons. However, I am now back and hope to get new content out for you in the upcoming weeks. In the meantime, I have noticed a spike in views on […]

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Part 4 – SketchUp Basics

In the last sections we have been looking at a bit of the theory concerning 3D Reconstruction. Hopefully we have set the foundations for discussion in site presentation and interpretation that we will return to in further sections. It is however time to start talking about one of the most commonly used programs for reconstruction, […]

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Blog Reopened

Dear all,   It has been a long long time since I last posted any new articles. It is safe to say that this blog fell into neglect and that I have been less than diligent in my duties as an open archaeology advocate. The reasons for this have been many. On one part I […]

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Agisoft Photoscan

If you have been following this blog for some time, you will know that when it comes to Photogrammetric reconstructions I have always been a strong supporter of 123D Catch by Autodesk. I find that it is by far the easiest program to use, yet the results are still amazing. Recently they have released a paid […]

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