Close Range Photogrammetry and 3D Modeling in Archaeology
3D technology is not new, but it is becoming more accessible to view and create. The use of 3D in archaeology is rapidly accelerating, and, despite its widespread adoption, is still in an early stage of development. Close range 3D modeling focuses primarily on artifacts rather than sites and features. Robert Bischoff will discuss broadly how 3D models are made, shared, and used for public engagement and scientific study. Bischoff will particularly emphasize photogrammetry, and how any individual can get started in creating and sharing their own archaeological 3D models.