„3D laserscanning applications in building archaeology, archaeology and preservation of monuments.“


Jan Kanngießer, Mathias Ganspöck


3D laserscanning surveys have become an essential part for various faculties dealing with the remainings of our past. Architects, archaeologists and historians, only to mention a few, nowadays profit from these methods of high precision 3D digital documentation in cultural heritage.

3D laserscanners and alternative 3D capturing instruments, like structured light scanners or photogrammetric applications, help us to survey objects, buildings and structures above or under the earth and even entire landscapes quicker than ever, more comprehensive and most accurate to shape. At the same time meeting the demands of precise measurements, the systems can be used terrestrial, airborne and mobile.

After the 3d laserscanning survey various products can be elaborated from the survey-data. Despite 3D models, CAD plans, absolutely orthogonal projections and deformation visualizations can be edited. With the help of airborne scanning wide areas are being scanned and detailed site plans can be developed. Special algorithms support us to, in the truest sense of the word, delete vegetation in the data sets to catch a view on to the soil. This shows invisible tracks and marks on the ground and gives worthwhile clues.




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A.R.A. 13 - aprilie 2012