Abusir Archeological research digitalized by Freestyle
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    When carrying out archaeological excavations are commonly used basic geodetic and photogrammetric methods. Stationary ground 3D laser scanning ha… Read More
    When carrying out archaeological excavations are commonly used basic geodetic and photogrammetric methods. Stationary ground 3D laser scanning has also found its place in special documentation methods. Pouster represents the first use of hand-held laser scanner FARO Freestyle3D in terms of the field of archaeological research in Abusir (Egypt). Noncontact 3D data collection was used during May 2015 at the documentation of selected objects. The authors tested this technology and bring real advantages and disadvantages of using this technology. Pouster present the 3D data and show 3D models from this technology. Technology in the harsh conditions of high temperatures, dust, sand and intense light proved. Read Less
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Vladimír Brůna, University Jan Evangelista Purkyně in Usti nad Labem, bruna@geolab.cz;
Czech Institute of Egyptology, Faculty of Philosophy and Art, Charles University in Prague;
data collection, surveillance
 
Zdeněk Marek, 3D digitalizaton and process specialist, zdenda.marek@gmail.com;
data collection, data processing
 
 
3D digitalization at 5/2015 and done 3D models: