3D model and photographic capture: applications in heritage visualisation

OzViz 2017
December 2017

Paul Bourke


High quality digital representations of objects, place and events are key to many data capture applications in archaeology and cultural heritage. I will present examples of world leading quality capture of complex 3D heritage objects and spaces, including how they may be used as a digital record and presented in galleries and museum exhibitions. Also presented will be a custom camera rig for acquiring artefact free stereoscopic 360 degree panoramas and how it can used to acquire and subsequently present high resolution experiences of a place.

Presentation slides (pdf)