THREE DIMENSIONAL MODELING OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL ARTIFACT USING PHOTOMODELER SCANNER


THREE DIMENSIONAL MODELING OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL ARTIFACT USING PHOTOMODELER SCANNER
08/23/2015 | Ainun Nadzirah Abdul Raof, Halim Setan, Abert Chong, Zulkepli Majid
Journal Teknologi
Applications: All and Archaeology

This article describes the work of archaeological artifact data recording using close range photogrammetry method. A calibrated stereo camera was used to take the stereo images of the artifacts. PhotoModeler Scanner software was used to produce a three-dimensional model of the artifact. For verification purposes, VIVID 910 laser scanner was used to generate three-dimensional model of the same artifact. The study found that close range photogrammetry method is easy to use, with fast data recording, fast data processing and it is a method which is cheaper than the laser scanning method.

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