A dry course teaching the practical skills required to create 3D photogrammetry models of maritime artefacts. This course aims to introduce participants to the photogrammetry techniques involved in recording maritime archaeology artefacts and give them hands-on experience of this process.
The course is suitable for all those undertaking the NAS Education Programme and who wish to learn how to record maritime artefacts in three dimensions using photogrammetry.
This is the practical course to accompany the new eLearning course on photogrammetry. Having a practical course scheduled will boost eLearning enrolments and vice versa. There will also be the option to do practical underwater photogrammetry training in July. It is anticipated that this course will need to be run regularly for eLearning participants.
PARTICIPANTS WILL COMPLY WITH OUR COVID POLICY WHICH CAN BE READ HERE.
09.30 Welcome and introduction to the course
09.45 Revision and questions from eLearning
10.15 Setting up your camera
10.30 Capturing a data set (dry practical)
11.00 Tea Break
11.15 Processing a data set
12.30 Lunch/Capturing a second data set (wet practical)
14.30 Processing a data set
16.00 Results Discussion
16.30 Getting Involved with NAS
17.00 End of day