Research using innovative digital techniques to explore our heritage such as drones and 3D immersive audio.
Student publications on digital heritage
Brigham, Rosie & Grau-Bove, Josep & Rudnicka, Anna & Cassar, May & Strlic, Matija, Crowdsourcing as an Analytical Method: Metrology of Smartphone Measurements in Heritage Science, Angewandte Chemie 130 (2018), 7545-7549
Student projects on digital heritage
- Rosie Brigham, Towards citizen heritage science: monitoring of sites using smartphones and computer vision
- Nick Crabb, Evaluating contemporary digital technologies of the reconstruction and mapping of archaeology resources
- Anna Edmonds, 3D 5G Immersive audio in outdoor heritage contexts
- Mike Kelly, Knowledge and Visualisation in Cultural Heritage Scholarship
- Nathan Rose, Large-scale metadata enrichment of 3D cultural heritage artefacts by automatic and user-based metadata acquisition
- Kira Zumkley, Conscious digitisation to support the conservation of the V&As collection of large scale reproductions
- Carolien Coon, Photodegradation and nanotechnology-based conservation of rapid prototyping materials (Nanorestart)
Heritage Science Podcast on using 3D for heritage
Dr Mona Hess from UCL's 3DIMPact group tells presenter & SEAHA student Hayley Simon about the cutting edge technology used to scan, record and print heritage objects and buildings. From cameras on drone-back to tiny microscope coupled scanners and augmented reality, listen as we explore the range of ways 3D technology can be used in heritage contexts.