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Chapter 11, Revisiting Kaminaljuyu Monument 65 in Three-Dimensional High Definition by Travis Doering and Lori Collins

Chapter 11, Revisiting Kaminaljuyu Monument 65 in Three-Dimensional High Definition by Travis Doering and Lori Collins

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THE PLACE OF STONE MONUMENTS
Context, Use, and Meaning
in Mesoamerica’s Preclassic Transition
Editors: JULIA GUERNSEY, JOHN E. CLARK, and BARBARA ARROYO
© 2010 Dumbarton Oaks
Trustees for Harvard University, Washington, D.C.
All rights reserved.
DUMBARTON OAKS

Three-dimensional laser scanning is a
state-of-the-art spatial data acquisition technology
that significantly improves, enhances, and
increases the extraction of detail and information
carved on Preclassic sculptures. The extremely
high resolution, accuracy, and density of the data
acquired by three-dimensional scanning can be
used for a number of purposes. Minimally, this
technique provides the finest archival documentation
possible through the implementation of “bestavailable
technologies” for museum or collection
registration, heritage preservation planning and
management, and educational applications
(United Nations 2005).
THE PLACE OF STONE MONUMENTS
Context, Use, and Meaning
in Mesoamerica’s Preclassic Transition
Editors: JULIA GUERNSEY, JOHN E. CLARK, and BARBARA ARROYO
© 2010 Dumbarton Oaks
Trustees for Harvard University, Washington, D.C.
All rights reserved.
DUMBARTON OAKS

Three-dimensional laser scanning is a
state-of-the-art spatial data acquisition technology
that significantly improves, enhances, and
increases the extraction of detail and information
carved on Preclassic sculptures. The extremely
high resolution, accuracy, and density of the data
acquired by three-dimensional scanning can be
used for a number of purposes. Minimally, this
technique provides the finest archival documentation
possible through the implementation of “bestavailable
technologies” for museum or collection
registration, heritage preservation planning and
management, and educational applications
(United Nations 2005).

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