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SCANNING THUMB 23D laser scanning of archaeological sites is a new approach to survey and document geometrically monuments combining the accuracy and detail of topographic survey with the completeness of photogrammetric applications.
This technique is used in this type of applications to scan and create photo-realistic 3D models,  orthophotomaps, and generally for the documentation of archaeological sites.
An important product that can also be created using  this technique is to produce photo-realistic views, of objects and structures.
Laser scanning  can provide much more information in terms of the geometry of objects and structures. From the generated point cloud in each scanned surface, accurate measurements of the dimensions of scanned objects can derive. Also  cross-sections can be created in any desired direction in space.
Our Company has applied this technology in a range of applications in archaeological sites, such as three-dimensional scanning of churches in Cyprus and the archaeological site of Ilida.
SCANNING THUMB 1The most important project of the Company in this area is the three-dimensional scanning of the walls and the rock of the Acropolis of Athens. The result of this study was the creation of photorealistic three-dimensional model of the monument and the submission of various other products according to project specifications.

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