3D printed model for UK archeaological site

Newcastle University is preparing for the “Inspired by the Great Exhibition of the North” to present their result achieved during the CHT2 project.

The 3D model of the Birdoswald site has been produced using airborne laser scanning: to the acquired data a vegetation filtering has been applied to have a clean view of the site, a 3D terrain model was done and then the building have been added separately. The final model was then 3D printed by the Marine offshore & subsea technology lab of the School of Engineering in Newcastle University and will be visible during the exposition.

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