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Speakers: Gabriel Bodard (University of London), Alicia Walsh (University of Amsterdam/Recollection Heritage)

This session, the first of three on 3D technologies, introduces concepts and methods in 3D imaging, that is the production of a digital 3D model of an extant object via scanning, photographing, or otherwise accurately capturing the surface, geometry or volume of the original object. Case studies for the use of 3D imaging in archaeology and cultural heritage are presented, and students are offered a tutorial on the use of photogrametry: the generation of a 3D image from dozens of 2D photographs of a single object. 

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