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Drawing of the archaeological material in 2D and 3D

First of all, the archaeological objects are drawn in two dimensions through technical drawing common techniques. Afterwards it is used a digital treatment for the surfaces and the outlines.



 

The emblematical pieces are digitalized in three dimensions with a laser scan (Faro). This one beams a light that draws a digital replica with less than 0,1 mm of error. 

 

Dibujo de material
Forma 4

 

Once the 2D and 3D images are obtained, these are combined through a photogrametric montage. These images are a useful tool for the technological and functional analysis of objects since it allows to observe superficial textures and to make very precise measurements of variables like rugosity, mechanic alterations and volumes, among others. 

 

Arqueólogo realizando una réplica tridimensional de una pieza
Craneo tridemensional

 

The software allows getting several sections of the objects and the reconstruction of full profiles or other parts non conserved of the object. Finally, this technique offers the possibility to obtain a tridimensional replica (through a 3D printer) identical to the original. This replica can be use to experiment or as a museological resource to preserve the object integrity.

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Drawing of the archaeological material in 2D.

Drawing of the archaeological material in 2D.

Drawing of the archaeological material in 2D.

Drawing of the archaeological material in 2D.

Drawing of the archaeological material in 2D.

Drawing of the archaeological material in 2D.

Form 5 pot.

Form 5 pot.

Form 8 pot.

Form 8 pot.

Form 4 pots.

Form 4 pots.

Form 5.

Form 5.

Form 7.

Form 7.

Inhumation vessel of Form 5.

Inhumation vessel of Form 5.

Metals.

Metals.

 3D scan of the archaeological material.

3D scan of the archaeological material.

 3D scan of the archaeological material.

3D scan of the archaeological material.

 Virtual restitution.

Virtual restitution.

 3D scan of the macrolithic material.

3D scan of the macrolithic material.

 3D scan of an axe mould.

3D scan of an axe mould.

 3D scan of an axe with organic remains of a woody handle.

3D scan of an axe with organic remains of a woody handle.

  • Drawing of the archaeological material in 2D.
  • Drawing of the archaeological material in 2D.
  • Drawing of the archaeological material in 2D.
  • Form 5 pot.
  • Form 8 pot.
  • Form 4 pots.
  • Form 5.
  • Form 7.
  • Inhumation vessel of Form 5.
  • Metals.
  •  3D scan of the archaeological material.
  •  3D scan of the archaeological material.
  •  Virtual restitution.
  •  3D scan of the macrolithic material.
  •  3D scan of an axe mould.
  •  3D scan of an axe with organic remains of a woody handle.

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