Experimenting with photogrammetry . .

Photogrammetry holds much promise for the documenting of archaeological work, as we have demonstrated over the last two years.

I have been experimenting recently with additional techniques.

As you may recall, one student recovered a small Byzantine storage jar that was intact.


But when I tried to make a 3D model of the jar, the result failed.

The software could not find points on the jar to construct the bottom.

I have also attempted to make models of larger sections of the site. My first attempt at the south half of the House of Tyche came out rather well, except for a hole in the west wall next to Cardo 3N.


More attempts to follow.