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060101 VU Image-based modelling for archaeology (2017W)
3.00 ECTS (2.00 SWS), SPL 6 - Ägyptologie, Judaistik, Urgeschichte und Historische Archäologie
Continuous assessment of course work
Students are not expected to have any experience with photography or IBM. Everything will be thought from the very beginning. Although lectures will be given in English, it is possible to ask questions in German if this makes the student more comfortable.
Note: The time of your registration within the registration period has no effect on the allocation of places (no first come, first served).
- Registration is open from Fr 01.09.2017 12:00 to Sa 30.09.2017 23:59
- Deregistration possible until Tu 31.10.2017 23:59
max. 20 participants
Monday 10:00 - 11:45 ( A4.18 (GIS-Labor)02.10, 09.10, 16.10, 23.10, 30.10, 06.11, 13.11, 20.11, 27.11, 04.12, 11.12, 18.12, 08.01, 15.01, 22.01
Aims, contents and method of the course
Assessment and permitted materials
Minimum requirements and assessment criteria
Students are expected to bring a decent camera along (i.e. a camera that enables to manually dial in exposure settings). Moreover, students are expected to be familiar with standard Windows software and master English sufficiently well (hearing and writing).
The final exam will consist of a small written test (in English) and a complete IBM project (the latter can be solved in groups of 2 students). The artefact or building to be used in the IBM exercise can be freely determined by the student. A written report (as detailed as deemed essential by the students, written in English or German), the complete IBM PhotoScan project as well as all computed 3D models (and possible derivatives) are expected to be handed in to obtain a final grade.
Selected literature (will be provided as PDF):Verhoeven, G., 2016. Basics of photography for cultural heritage imaging, in: Stylianidis, E., Remondino, F. (Eds.), 3D Recording, Documentation and Management of Cultural Heritage. Whittles Publishing, Caithness, pp. 127-251.Verhoeven, G., Sevara, C., Karel, W., Ressl, C., Doneus, M., Briese, C., 2013. Undistorting the past: New techniques for orthorectification of archaeological aerial frame imagery, in: Corsi, C., Slapšak, B., Vermeulen, F. (Eds.), Good practice in archaeological diagnostics. Non-invasive survey of complex archaeological sites. Natural Science in Archaeology. Springer International Publishing, Cham, pp. 3167. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-01784-6_3.
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