UCL VEIV (UCL Centre for Virtual Environments, Interacation and Visualisation) EngD project sponsored by the Science Museum.
John's research project is concerned with both the technical aspects of scanning museum objects, and the use of those scans in a physical or virtual exhibition space. He is particularly interested in the practicalities of providing an interface through which the general public can interact with 3D models, and the attitudes of the public towards exhibitions of virtual objects.
- Investigating the use of 3D digitisation for public facing applications in cultural heritage institutions,Hindmarch, J,Doctoral thesis, UCL (University College London).,UCL (University College London) 2016-11-28. The full text of Johns PhD Thesis is available online.
- Giacometti, A., Gibson, A., Hess, M., Hindmarch, J., Macdonald, L., Pal, K., Weyrich, T. (2014). Heritage Imaging at UCL. Annual Conference of Association for Historical and Fine Art Photography (AHFAP).
- Hindmarch, J., Prugnon, A., Shaw, M., Soni, A., Terras, M. M., & Robson, S. (2014). 3D Scanning of the Science Museum's Shipping Gallery.
- MacDonald, L., Hindmarch, J., Robson, S., & Terras, M. (2014). Modelling the appearance of heritage metallic surfaces. ISPRS - International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences, XL-5, 371-377. ISPRS. doi:10.5194/isprsarchives-XL-5-371-2014
- Hindmarch, J., MacDonald, L., Terras, M., Robson, S., & Gerstein, A. (2014). 3D Modelling of Islamic Metalwork: Processes and Potentials.