Medieval Art and Architecture of Armenia
The DHHC utilized a combination of 3D imaging and survey technologies to document and conduct analyses and conservation condition assessments for a number of World Heritage sites in Armenia. Projects at eight locations, including the UNESCO site of the Haghpat Monastery Complex in northern Armenia, have been digitized using 3D reality capture and imaging strategies to various degrees. The Haghpat Monastery, dating to the 10th century, was holistically recorded using reality capture technologies including landscape and short range 3D laser scanning, GNSS/GPS, aerial drone mapping, and advanced imaging strategies. The Haghpat project, as well as scanning and documentation work being conducted at a number of monastic heritage sites, form the basis of a developing digital collection program of distinction to be offered through the USF Libraries.
USF Libraries Digital Collection here.
This digital heritage program is in partnership with:
The Armenian Apostolic Church and the Mother See of Holy Etchmiadzin
Lasers, drones, GPS, photographic techniques are helping to digitally preserve a World Heritage treasure in Armenia
Exploring and documenting the world around us in 3D
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