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3D Laser Scanning Workshop

Technologies for Documenting Historic Resources

July 7 - July 11, 2014


Nantucket, MA

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3D Laser Scanning

3D Laser Scanning

NCPTT is partnering with the University of Florida’s Preservation Institute: Nantucket to offer a 5 day workshop on 3D laser scanning and photogrammetric documentation for historic preservation.

The goal of the workshop is to provide participants with a working knowledge of 3D laser scanning and photogrammetry including the equipment, field work planning and techniques, processing, and products.

Upon completion, participants will be able to describe the advantages and disadvantages of each technique, understand their applications, and define and articulate goals when designing a 3D scanning or photogrammetry documentation project. This workshop will be held in conjunction with a 3 week program on digital documentation at the Preservation Institute: Nantucket.

Register for the Workshop

$500Lodging Included!

Dates: July 7-11, 2014

Participants: Practicing professionals and students

Location: Nantucket, Massachusetts

Credits: Continuing Education Credits (CEUs)

Accommodations Included: University of Florida Preservation Institute: Nantucket Dormitories

Participants may check in 48 hours early or check out up to 48 hours after the end of the workshop at no cost.

Cost: $500.00

Registration 

Register for this workshop (5 days) with Friends of NCPTT via EventBrite.

You can pay using a PayPal account, by using a credit card via PayPal without an account, or send a check with the memo line “3D Laser Workshop” to:

Friends of NCPTT
645 University Parkway
Natchitoches, LA 71457

Instructors

Kerstin Barup, Preservation Architect and Professor, Lund University and Royal Institute of Art, Sweden
Kirk Cordell, Executive Director, NCPTT
Mats Edström, Preservation Architect and Professor, Lund University, Sweden
Morris Hylton, Director of Historic Preservation Program and Co-director of Preservation Institute Nantucket, University of Florida
Dana Lockett, Project Architect, Heritage Documentation Programs, National Park Service
Neffra Matthews, Geospatial Analysis Section, National Operations Center, Bureau of Land Management
Tom Noble, Geospatial Analysis Section, National Operations Center, Bureau of Land Management
Linda D. Stevenson, Co-director of Preservation Institute Nantucket, University of Florida

 

Schedule

Day 1

Introduction and Overview
3D Documentation of Cultural Heritage: An Overview of New Technologies
Break
3D Documentation Across the Globe: Current Applications
3D Scanning in Architectural Conservation: An Overview of Current Practice
Lunch Break
HABS’ Integrated Approach to 3D Documentation: Scanning, Photogrammetry, Drawing
New Directions in Photogrammetry: 21st Century Approaches to 3D Photography
Basics of 3D Laser Scanning of Historic Structures
Break
Laser Scanner: Overview and Field Demonstration

Day 2

Planning
Case Studies from Previous PI:N Scans
Break
Planning the Scan: Developing a Data Capture Plan (lecture and student exercise)
Lunch Break
Planning a Photogrammetry Shoot with or without Laser Scanning
Photogrammetry Equipment: Overview and Field Demonstration
Tour of Historic Nantucket & Whaling Museum, followed by a cook-out at the PI:N Cottages at 6PM (all students and faculty)

Day 3

Implementation
Target Scans: Residential and Landmark Scale Structures
Break
Scanning Software & Data Processing
Photogrammetry Software & Data Processing
Lunch Break
Field Work: Rotating Field Sessions: Scanning and Photogrammetry of Landmark & Residential Structures
Break
Software class and Data Processing

Day 4

Data Manipulation & Maintenance
Manipulating Point Clouds: Data Analysis and Data Sharing
Break
3D Imaging Applications: Interpretation & Management of Cultural Resources
Long-term Data Storage, Retrieval, & Intellectual Property
Lunch Break
Field Work: Rotating Field Sessions: Scanning and Photogrammetry of Landmark & Residential Structures
Break
Software class and Data Processing

Day 5

Wrap-up
Student Groups: Presenting Documentation to Clients
Break
Q&A Roundtable with All Instructors
Course Evaluations, Certificates & Group Photo
Adjourn

 

 

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Nantucket
Nantucket, MA United States
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