Tag Archives: Photogrammetry
Back in Springtime this year Kieran and I made the trip over to Islay on the west coast of Scotland to conduct a site visit and photogrammetry survey of Kildalton Chapel on behalf of Archaeovision, themselves commissioned by Islay Heritage. Archaeovision were tasked with producing an interactive virtual model of the site representing it both […]
Baxter and I are gearing up to make the long drive down to the Castleton in the Peak District for the start of the Abandon Normal Devices (AND) Festival which promises to be rife with “vertical adventures, a roaming biennial of digital culture, new cinema & art.” Sounds intriguing right? We’re excited. We’ll be talking […]
UPDATE: The app is now online and you can explore it via the links on this page! Last week Tessa and I headed through to Edinburgh to give a talk about our work on the Serf Digital project at Historic Environment Scotland (who very kindly supported the initial pilot project and we’re excited to say have granted […]
Last week Kieran and I travelled down to London to attend the AHRC Research in Film Awards which was hosted at the BAFTA Theatre in Piccadilly where Kieran’s Caterthuns film won in the Doctoral Award category. It was brilliant to see Kieran win his category, especially since the Caterthuns were up against some stunning competition. Naturally immediately after making his […]
Now and again a project comes up that challenges me to explore a new technique or technology for the first time. One such job came across my desk recently which I thought was certainly worth a wee blog post. Earlier this summer I completed work preparing a number of Egyptian canopic jars from Luxor to be 3D printed. The project […]
I’ve just finished setting up my professional freelance website – for all your archaeological visualisation needs! Head over to http://www.alicewatterson.co.uk to see my portfolio and do get in touch if you’d like to discuss any potential commissions or projects.
This month I’ll be working with the Samsung Digital Discovery Centre at the British Museum to deliver a ‘Neolithic Workshop’ for children aged 7+. The workshop will run at 11am and 2.30pm on the Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd March, running for around 2 and a half hours each. The workshop blurb reads: “Learn about […]