Workflow:Archiving outputs of 3D scanning

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Archiving outputs of 3D scanning
Input:Set of images acquired with a 3D scanner (TIFF files).
Output:A 3D model of the object (mesh) and its drawing produced from the model.
Organisation:Computational Archaeology Lab, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Workflow Description[edit]

Diagram showing the workflow from data acquisition (object scanning) to the outputs of the process: object drawings, and the file formats that need to be archived through the process.

Purpose, Context and Content[edit]

The workflow documents the process of creating 3D models (of objects) and their derivatives by a stereo-scanner, and specifies which outputs can and need to be archived.

Data acquisition - 3D scanning[edit]

Data processing[edit]

  • Generating and archiving 3D meshes.
  • Positioning of an object based on its geometric properties.

Output - generating and archiving standard drawings or set of views on the model.[edit]


Further Information[edit]

Scanner software:

Core publications:

Karasik, A. and Smilansky U. 2011. Computerized morphological classification of ceramics. Journal of Archaeological Science 38(10):2644-2657.

Karasik, A. and Smilansky U. 2008. 3D scanning technology as a standard archaeological tool for pottery analysis: practice and theory. Journal of Archaeological Science 35(5):1148-1168.

Sveti1 (talk) 14:29, 28 February 2022 (UTC)