LiDAR and 3D Applications at Fort Frederica National Monument

This project is part of a digitization and interpretative design collaboration between the University of South Florida Libraries (USF Digital Heritage and Humanities Center) and the National Park Service/Fort Frederica National Monument. Through this partnership, artifacts, features, and landscape areas of historic and archeological significance are being documented using advanced imaging, GPS, remote sensing, and laser scanning technologies. Results include online and virtual digital database and collection development, as well as using our 3D artifact models to create full scale highly realistic replicas of artifacts for use with interpretive design and educational outreach efforts by the National Park Service.

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Structural remains of the fort were 3D laser scanned to aid in preservation and interpretation

Exploring and documenting the world around us in 3D

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