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The online magazine 3D Visualization World (www.3dvisworld.com) features an article about the 3D capturing campaigns at Lorsch Abbey:
‘The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Lorsch Abbey is located in Hesse roughly between Heidelberg and Frankfurt/Main, Germany. Laser scanners generating 3D point clouds of the structure and photogrammetric Structure-from-Motion (SfM) approaches were used to study and create [...]

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This summer semester’s laser scanning course comprises a series of field trips done by small student groups of maximum two persons. Campaign planning and hands-on laser scanning in the field were conducted by the students and supervised by professor Bernhard Höfle, tutor Jörn profe, Kristina König, and Martin Hämmerle. Intensive learning for each single [...]

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On Wednesday, 19th of March, the Kings Hall (Torhalle) facades at UNESCO World Heritage Site Lorsch Abbey were captured in 3D with a terrestrial laser scanner Riegl VZ-400 (provided by the Chair of GIScience) by Martin Hämmerle (LiDAR Research Group). The produced data set consists of about 65 million laser points and will allow for [...]

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