Category Archives: 3D scanning

Road Up

So, not much new today. There is an amazing amount of road work going on, in and around Polis. We spent the day at the apotheke, tracking down rims for Brandon to draw. While he drew them, I cataloged them … Continue reading

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Athienou

So yesterday, Brandon Olson and I, drove to Athienou. The goal of the trip was for Brandon to show Jody Gordon and some of the Athienou Archaeological Project how he uses Agisoft Photoscan. Agisoft Photoscan is a software program that … Continue reading

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Working with Cyclone

So today I spent some time working with the raw data from our scanning of the basilica yesterday. I have to admit to a little fumbling on my part so far. Maybe a lot. It looks like scans together recorded … Continue reading

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A Different Polis Monday

Yesterday Bill and I continued to work in the apotheke looking at pottery. It was a pretty standard day, no unusual ceramic artifacts, no rats in the building. For a break, we decided today to take the Leica ScanStation C10 … Continue reading

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Back to the Apotheke

Late yesterday afternoon I took the ScanStation out to the site and took some scans of the basilica as a test. I wanted to make sure that the Leica was working properly and to see how my initial results looked. … Continue reading

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