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From 26 to 28 July, the 3D spatial data processing group contributed to the “ArchEyeAutomatic summer school 2017: Cameras, Drones, and Laser scanning. Modern ways to document ancient objects”. With a focus on documenting and analyzing archaeological sites and objects, the summer school introduced around 40 participants to various methods of close-range remote sensing at [...]

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Bernhard represented the GIScience discipline in the Ladenburg Discourse of the Daimler and Benz Foundation on the “Digital Model” of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Lorsch Abbey, which took place 13-14 March 2015 in Ladenburg. The Ladenburg discourse was organized by Susanne Krömker from the IWR of the Heidelberg University.
The main aim of [...]

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The newly funded multidisciplinary research project MUSIEKE investigates the perceptibility and visibility of cultural heritage in multiple dimensions in urban, landscape, museum and virtual spaces. Three-dimensional (3D) data acquisition, processing, modeling and web-based visualization & analysis will provide fundamental input to the derivation and explanation of complex causal relationships of [...]

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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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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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