Photogrammetry

Photogrammetry may be defined as the art, science, and technology of obtaining reliable information about physical objects and the environment.  This is done through a process of recording, measuring, and interpreting aerial and terrestrial photographs.

The uses for photogrammetry in archaeology are varied – from artefact modeling, to the modeling of large excavations.

The 3D models obtained through the process of photogrammetry can be optimised for the online publications ( websites, museum, augmented reality viewers) or can be printed by 3D printers.

To see my models in AR please download Sketchfab application on your mobile phone or tablet and click on the AR icon in the right upper corner.