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3D SCANNER RESEARCH IN ARCHAEOLOGY

Last updated 4-30-2014

PROJECTS

St. Louis Cave 2013

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Scanning around the world by Aaron Camenisch

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HONDURAS 2011: Overview and data.

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SPAIN 2011: Overview and data

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SICILY 2011: Overview and data.

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CAVE IN MISSOURI 2010: Expedition, Cave Art and Impressions.

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SPAIN 2010: Granada Spain CAA2010 Conference, Underwater 3D Scanner Deployment

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HISTORICAL GRAVEYARD IN LEXINGTON 2009: Gravestone Scans.

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HONDURAS 2009: Expedition Article, Video Interview, Presentation CAA 2010 (html), Sample Scan

Remote Scanner Development Overview

LABORTORY SCANS

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CSS ALABAMA ARTIFACT 2008-2009

Proceedings Manuscript CAA 2009 [1], Presentation CAA2009 (html)

PUBLICATIONS

1.       E. R. Crane, L.G. Hassebrook, C.T. Begley, W. F. Lundby and C. J. Casey, “Methodology and Technology for Rapid Three-Dimensional Scanning of In Situ Archaeological Materials in Remote Areas,” (presented and under preparation) Edited by Bernard Breuckmann. Interpretation and Evaluation of High Definition 3D Surface Data III. Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaelogy, Granada, Spain (April 2010).

2.      Laurence G. Hassebrook, Charles J. Casey and Walter Lundby, “Non-Contact Fiducial Based 3-Dimensional Patch Merging Methodogy and Performance,” Three-Dimensional Surface Recording, Analysis, and Interpretation in Archaeology and Anthropology, Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaelogy, Williamsburg, Virginia, in press, number 346 (May 2009).

 

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