Aerial photography plays a significant part within the understanding of any archaeological site and this is especially true at Portus. As Stephen says it provides the ability for the archaeologist to have a bird’s-eye view of an excavation and it gives them the opportunity to see the plan of structures, their relationships with each other and alignments which are not visible at ground level. These images are however still a static representations of the area of interest, represented through 2D views. Part of the work that I have completed for the Portus Project incorporates these static images to produce 3D reconstruction through photogrammetry.
The Portus Project: Digital Humanities and the Roman Past. Dr. Graeme Earl. Archeology, School of Humanities. University of Southampton, UK. Friday, Jan 25, 2013, 3pm. Room 104, Dept. of Anthropology, 1810 Hinman Ave.
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