The University of Florida Historic Preservation Program and NCPTT are offering a three week long field school on historic preservation applications of photogrammetry and 3D laser scanning. Both these technologies offer practitioners tools for rapid documentation of resources from the artifact to the building scale. The intended audience is practicing professionals and students.
The goal of the program is to provide participants with a working knowledge of photogrammetry and 3D laser scanning 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. (Those participating in the three-week field school will complete a 3D laser scanning project.)
Separate Workshop Registration Available
Can’t get away for a full three weeks? Portions of the field school are available separately. Click the links below to learn more.
Accommodations are included in the course fee, until those accommodations are filled. Participants will stay at the University of Florida Preservation Institute Nantucket Dormitories.
Dates: July 13-31, 2015
- Neffra Matthews, Bureau of Land Management
- Tom Noble, Bureau of Land Management
- Vincent Farrow, Barup and Edström Architects, Sweden
- Morris Hylton III, University of Florida
- Linda Stevenson, University of Florida
- Kirk Cordell, NCPTT
- Dana Lockett, Heritage Documentation Programs
Location: Nantucket, Massachusetts
Accommodations: University of Florida Preservation Institute Nantucket Dormitories (included in registration fee!)
Credits: 3 Graduate-Level Credits from University of Florida
For more information and to register, visit: http://www.dcp.ufl.edu/historic-preservation/pin-field-school
REGISTRATION HANDLED BY UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
Those who do not wish to take this three-week field school may take the Photogrammetry Workshop ($500, July 13-17, 2015) or the 3D Laser Scanning Workshop ($500, July 20-24, 2015). Accomodations are included in the course fee.