Category Archives: 3D Laser Scanning

Blogs about 3D Laser Scanning

3D Printing Roman Samian Ware for Museum Visitors

In the second of two articles on Dr. Eujin Pei’s work in the Digital Building Heritage Group where as an Early Career Researcher (ECR) he has been developing techniques for laser scanning and 3D printing archaeological artifacts we turn to … Continue reading

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Recreating a 1,500 year old Anglo-Saxon Spindle Whorl

In the Digital Building Heritage Group at De Montfort University (DMU), we don’t just deal with buildings – we also have interests in other areas of heritage including modelling and reproducing archaeological artefacts. Dr. Eujin Pei, an Early Career Researcher … Continue reading

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The Art and Science of Section

No, you’re not imagining it, this really is a 3D laser scan of a building and no, there’s no interference in the image. What you see here is the ruin of Court Farm in Pembrey, South Wales, a 16th century … Continue reading

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Laser Scanning 16th Century Ruins in Wales

On one of the toughest scanning jobs the Digital Building heritage Group has done to date the guys returned from Court Farm in South Wales at the end of last week with a pretty complete data set. This is a … Continue reading

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Court Farm – Pembrey

The DBHG’s Asem Al Bunni (yellow hard-hat) with the Friends of Court Farm during laser scanning of this complex 16th century Welsh manor house in Pembrey South Wales. Thankfully the rain has stayed off and the laser scanning is going … Continue reading

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Laser Scanning in South Wales

The Digital Building Heritage Group is on the road again, this time heading to South Wales. In the first of two projects they will be undertaking there this week Steffan and Asem will be laser scanning a rare 16th century … Continue reading

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Grave Addiction

The oldest building on De Montfort University’s campus in the centre of Leicester is Trinity House, the building in which De Montfort University’s vice chancellor is based. It was originally built as the Trinity Hospital, established in 1330-1 to “the … Continue reading

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Laser Scanning Diseworth Parish Church

When the British summer arrives it makes field work much more enjoyable, so it was a great pleasure to be back with our friends the Diseworth Heritage Trust on a delightfully warm and sunny day this week to carry out … Continue reading

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