Category Archives: 3Di 3D Imaging

The Archaeologist’s Shoes

  The Landscape Research Centre has been actively involved in rescue archaeology at Cook’s Quarry, West Heslerton, North Yorkshire in the Vale of Pickering since a visit by the director in 1977. The original excavations at Cook’s Quarry were published in … Continue reading

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3Di or 3D Imaging from Free Range Photography

Over the past 4 years the LRC has undertaken a series of experiments designed to evaluate the potential for digital photogrammetery to enhance the  archaeological record from archaeological excavations. More recently a spell as Field Archaeologist in Residence in the … Continue reading

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