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Notre Dame scanning

Post by Scott » Tue Apr 16, 2019 4:27 pm

PUBLISHED JUNE 22, 2015
https://relay.nationalgeographic.com/pr ... ssion=true
Historian uses lasers to unlock mysteries of Gothic cathedrals
'A tech-savvy art historian uses lasers to understand how medieval builders constructed their architectural masterpieces.'
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April 15, 2019 Updated: April 16
https://www.houstonchronicle.com/news/a ... 769593.php
Silver lining: Late art historian's work, 'Assassin's Creed' could help rebuild Notre Dame
"Tallon's models aren't even the only immaculate models we have of Notre Dame. An even more unlikely hero has emerged: the video game "Assassin's Creed."
"Tallon passed away late last year."
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https://architizer.com/blog/practice/to ... cathedral/
How One Man’s Legacy Could Help Rebuild Notre-Dame Cathedral
Andrew Tallon’s pioneering analysis of the past could hold the key to the future of Notre-Dame.

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Notre Dame Cathedral was 3D Laser Scanned in 2005
Posted on April 16, 2019 by lidar
https://blog.lidarnews.com/notre-dame-3 ... nned-2005/ (4/17/2019)
"Andrew Tallon, a leader in the study of Gothic architecture began scanning the Notre Dame Cathedral in 2001. Although Professor Tallon has passed, that rich, 3D data has just taken on much greater importance as a result of the devastating fire yesterday."

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https://qz.com/1596735/firefighters-use ... dame-fire/
How French firefighters used drones to tackle the Notre Dame blaze
"Firefighters used two commercial models made by the Chinese manufacturer DJI—the Mavic Pro and Matrice M210—both of which feature thermal cameras. These were used to track how the fire was spreading and trace where the flames may have originated. In turn, as the French newspaper Libération reports, the images were used to work out the most effective way to position fire hoses. The aerial vantage points guided the strategy for tackling the blaze. By contrast, according to the report, a helicopter would have been less flexible and more expensive."
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https://www.pobonline.com/articles/1016 ... 4456578H9Y (4/17/2019)
Could Late Professor’s 3D Scans Save Notre Dame?
"Vassar’s Andrew Tallon Preserved 3D Images of Notre Dame"
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https://blogs.faro-europe.com/2019/05/2 ... echnology/ (5/22/2019)
RESTORING NOTRE-DAME WITH LASER SCANNING TECHNOLOGY Nice video of roof-framing model ~S
"The AGP team captured the whole cathedral in detail with particular attention to its damaged parts. The information will be processed in a 3D documentation software where a point cloud can be manipulated and modified as well as compared to another data set. The benefit of such software is that it collects the scans to produce a highly detailed point cloud which can be coloured and modified according to the user’s needs."
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Re: Notre Dame scanning

Post by pburrows145 » Tue Apr 16, 2019 4:39 pm

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