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Non-invasive three-dimensional recording of aboriginal rock art using cost-effective digital photogrammetry

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posted on 04.07.2006, 15:24 by Jim Chandler, J.G. Fryer, H.T. Kniest
Inexpensive digital cameras combined with appropriate and accessible photogrammetric software are now capable of generating accurate and dense three-dimensional records of rock art using automated methods. This paper describes the development of a system of recording rock art that is portable, inexpensive, non-invasive and does not require extensive photogrammetric expertise. The effectiveness of the approach is demonstrated for two petroglyphs in New South Wales, Australia; results are presented and accuracies assessed.

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  • Architecture, Building and Civil Engineering

Pages

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Citation

CHANDLER, J.H., FRYER, J.G. and KNIEST, H.T., 2005. Non-invasive three-dimensional recording of aboriginal rock art using cost-effective digital photogrammetry. Rock Art Research, 22(2), pp. 119-130

Publisher

© Australian Rock Art Research Association

Publication date

2005

Notes

This is Restricted Access. This article was published in the journal, Rock Art Research [© Australian Rock Art Research Association] and is available at: http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/rar1/web/index.html.

ISSN

0813-0426

Language

en

Exports

Loughborough Publications

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