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3D Laser Scans

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The use of laser scanning for recording and archiving is now well established. Historic Scotland provides guidelines for professional use. Concern has been expressed over such methods because of the stability of the electronic archive, but this has largely been addressed. Many national and world heritage sites have been recorded digitally and with the loss of   world heritage sites due to war, in many cases the digital record is all that survives

Overall Scan looking East

Overall Scan looking East

Aerial scan of chancel and cell

Aerial scan of chancel and cell

Inside the chancel looking South

Inside the chancel looking South

Overall b/w scan looking south

Overall b/w scan looking south

Overall scan looking West

Overall scan looking West

West Gable of Nave showing putlog holes

West Gable of Nave showing putlog holes

The measured survey of Kirkton Church was undertaken using a Faro Focus 3D laser scanner. The Focus 3D scanner is a phase comparison system, capable of full dome scanning at ranges of c.0.5m to 50m, at resolutions of up to 92 lines per degree.

  
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