Short courses from the University of Lincoln
3D digitisation is increasingly being used for preservation, analysis and presentation of cultural heritage. 3D models provide enhanced options for documentation, public engagement, preventive conservation, remedial restoration and research. The theoretical part of this short course will provide an overview of theoretical background, principles and instrumentation, as well as characteristic examples and applications of 3D digitisation in cultural heritage. During the demonstration participants will become familiar with capturing, processing pipelines using commercial software for 3D digitisation from 2D images.
Standard fee: £250 Student fee: £200 – bursaries available