Resources

This page is dedicated to online resources that I have created or collaborated on. Please feel free to use these resources and remember to cite the appropriate party when necessary.


Photogrammetry Tutorial

This video was produced through SunoikisisDC in collaboration with Dr. Gabriel Bodard (Institute of Classical Studies) and Kelly McClinton (Indiana University). We give an introduction to 3D imaging, two case studies, and a tutorial on photogrammetry using Agisoft Metashape. Recommended readings and a practical exercise on photogrammetry can be found at https://github.com/SunoikisisDC/SunoikisisDC-2020-2021/wiki/CH1-3D-Imaging


3D Printing & Publishing in 3D Tutorial

Session 7 of this Spring’s Sunoikisis Digital Cultural Heritage brought Thomas Flynn (Cultural Heritage Lead at Sketchfab) and Dr. Dinusha Mendis (Bournemouth University). We provided an overview on 3D printing, publishing 3D models online through Sketchfab, and the Intellectual Property implications of both. Recommended readings and practical exercise can be found at https://github.com/SunoikisisDC/SunoikisisDC-2020-2021/wiki/CH7-Publishing-3D


3D Modelling and Blender Tutorial

The 9th and final session of SunoikisisDC 2021 was provided by myself, Dr. Gabriel Bodard (ICS), Dr. Chiara Piccoli (University of Amsterdam), and Vasiliki Lagari (Leiden University). We provided a general introduction to 3D modelling and its potentials for Archaeology and Heritage, followed by a case study on modelling a 17th century library in Amsterdam. V. Lagari provided us with a tutorial on converting 2D illustrations to 3D models using Blender. The exercise and recommended readings can be found at https://github.com/SunoikisisDC/SunoikisisDC-2020-2021/wiki/CH9-3D-Modelling


Meshroom Photogrammetry Tutorial

Meshroom is a free and open access photogrammetry software that can be downloaded at alicevision.org. In this tutorial, I show the basic workflow for processing a photogrammetric model, as well as using the decimate tool to simplify your model.


2D Artifact Drawing

This video gives a quick demonstration on the technical drawing of ceramic rims.

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