FF:AES_706 3D documentation techniques - Course Information
AES_706 Spatial documentation of artefacts and 3D models creationFaculty of Arts
- Extent and Intensity
- 0/2/0. 3 credit(s). Type of Completion: z (credit).
- Mgr. Vojtěch Nosek (lecturer)
Bc. Martin Košťál (seminar tutor)
- Guaranteed by
- Mgr. Vojtěch Nosek
Department of Archaeology and Museology - Faculty of Arts
Contact Person: Jitka Šibíčková
Supplier department: Department of Archaeology and Museology - Faculty of Arts
- Prerequisites (in Czech)
- AEB_A11 Documentation Techniques && AEB_A08 Computational archaeology
Předmět je určen zájemcům o problematiku. Předpokladem pro zápis jsou kurzy AEB_A08 Computing technology in archaeology a AEB_A11 Documentation Techniques.
- Course Enrolment Limitations
- The course is also offered to the students of the fields other than those the course is directly associated with.
The capacity limit for the course is 3 student(s).
Current registration and enrolment status: enrolled: 0/3, only registered: 0/3, only registered with preference (fields directly associated with the programme): 0/3
- fields of study / plans the course is directly associated with
- there are 17 fields of study the course is directly associated with, display
- Course objectives
- The aim of the seminar is to make the students familiar with advanced methods of documentation of movable archaeological relics – spatial documentation of artefacts by 3D scanning and spatial photogrammetry, 3D reconstruction of terrain contexts and small artefacts. Practical training also is included. The seminar also addresses theoretical issues: 3D printing, CT and other non-destructive spatial documentation methods. E-learning support of the course: records from lectures, manuals, procedures and tutorials concerning the 3D modelling. Practical teaching is held in small groups in the form of thematic workshops. The main objectives of the course: learning and testing of new methods of 3D documentation and their application in practice. The students will learn to apply the documentation methods and elaborate a final protocol about their work.
- Learning outcomes
- After completion of the course, student will be able to:
- understand the technical aspects of application of 3D documentation in monument care
- carry out 3D scanning of small artefacts
- make a 3D photogrammetric record of a terrain context
- make a 3D photogrammetric record of a small artefact
- edit data for 3D print
- create the basic 3D reconstruction of a terrain context
- create the basic 3D reconstruction of a small artefact
- 1. Introductory lesson, theoretical background
- 2. 3D photogrammetry in archaeology – theory
- 3. 3D photogrammetry in archaeology – practice: record of a terrain context
- 4. 3D photogrammetry in archaeology – practice: record of a small artefact
- 5. 3D scanners in archaeology – theory
- 6. 3D scanners in archaeology – practice: record of a small artefact
- 7. 3D data handling – editing, analysis, evaluation and archiving
- 8. Application of 3D documentation in archaeological practice and analysis
- 9. Making a 3D reconstruction of archaeological context/artefact I
- 10. Visit to a specialised 3D department, discussion with experts about 3D documentation and the possibilities of application in monument care
- 11. Completion of projects and elaboration of protocols (consultations) I
- 12. Completion of projects and elaboration of protocols (consultations) II
- 13. Credit awarding (submission of protocols)
- required literature
- Fabrizio Galeazzi, Towards the definition of best 3D practices in archaeology: Assessing 3D documentation techniques for intra-site data recording, Journal of Cultural Heritage, Volume 17, 2016, Pages 159-169,
- John McCarthy, Multi-image photogrammetry as a practical tool for cultural heritage survey and community engagement, Journal of Archaeological Science, Volume 43, 2014, Pages 175-185,
- Jeroen De Reu, Philippe De Smedt, Davy Herremans, Marc Van Meirvenne, Pieter Laloo, Wim De Clercq, On introducing an image-based 3D reconstruction method in archaeological excavation practice, Journal of Archaeological Science, Volume 41, 2014, 251-262,
- Teaching methods
- Theoretical education with e-learning support and practical workshops in the form of group projects focused on practical mastering of technical methods, skills and procedures of 3D documentation of immovable relics, terrain contexts and small artefacts.
- Assessment methods
- Requirements for the course-unit credit: active participation in the seminar and practical workshop (max. 2 absences are tolerated). Documentation and elaboration of a protocol about spatial documentation of an artefact or terrain context.
- Language of instruction
- Further Comments
- The course is taught once in two years.
The course is taught: every week.