Roderik Lindenbergh in the newsletter of Centre for Global Heritage and Development about 3D scanning
Documenting heritage has long been an important activity for scientists and artists of all times. From the first scientific drawings made by Englishmen Lukis and Dryden of the Drenthe dolmen in 1878 to a laser scan done by students of the TU Delft to study the surface erosion of the same dolmen in 2020.
- Read the article: Mapping Heritage and Setting Standards: Pushing the Limits of Digitally Scanning Objects.
Centre for Global Heritage and Development, Leiden-Delft-Erasmus Universities, 29th March 2021