This selection of our most recent publications over the past 2 years show our expertise and research in 3D imaging for museums and cultural heritage.
- e-brochure: Hess, M. , Nelson, T. , Robson, S. (2013). The Science of 3D [Digital scholarly resource].
- Tonya Nelson in Cultural leadership case studies of the British Council: Going viral: Museums and 3D. In a two part feature, Tonya Nelson defines and expands on the the idea of ‘viral capacity building’ – the acquisition of knowledge and expertise through person-to-person transfer - in light of the use of 3D technologies in museums and galleries. (Read Part 1 and Part 2).
- Payne, E.M., 2013. Imaging Techniques in Conservation. Journal of Conservation and Museum Studies, 10(2).
- Nelson, T. and MacDonald, S.: “A Space for Innovation and Experimentation: University Museums as Test Beds for New Digital Technologies” in Academic Museums: Beyond Exhibitions and Education; “Viral Capacity Building for Innovation” in British Council Creative and Cultural Economy; (Autumn 2012) Publisher Link
- Hosseininaveh, A., Serpico, M., Robson, S, Hess, M. V. M., Boehm, J, Pridden, I, & Amati, G. (2012). Automatic Image selection in Photogrammetric Multi-view Stereo methods. Eurographics. European Association for Computer Graphics.. doi:10.2312/VAST/VAST12/009-016
- Giacometti, A., Campagnolo, A., MacDonald, L., Mahony, S., Terras, M., Robson, S., Gibson, A. (2012). Cultural heritage destruction: Documenting parchment degradation via multispectral imaging. Proc. of Electronic Visualisation and the Arts (EVA 2012), 301-308.
- Hess, M., & Robson, S. (2013). Re-engineering Watt: A case study and best practice recommendations for 3D colour laser scans and 3D printing in museum artefact documentation. Lasers in the Conservation of Artworks IX, 154-162. London, UK: Archetype.
- Macdonald, S., Hess, M., Robson, S., & Were, G. (2012). 3D Recording and Museums. In C. Warwick, Terras, Nyhan (Eds.), Digital Humanities in Practice (pp. 91-115). London, UK: Facet.
- Hess, M., & Robson, S. (2010). 3D colour imaging for cultural heritage artefacts. International Archives of Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences, XXXVIII (Part 5), 288-292.
For further information about the publications please browse the papers and publications on the UCL Discovery website. This webpage will be updated regularly.
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