Concept The concept of my project is a digital, interactive three-dimensional environment. The environment is based on a real location and recreates approximately 100 square metres of an area at Radford Lake, near Plymstock in Devon. The core of the project lies, firstly, in the digital recreation of a portion of the ruins which are… Read More »
Images courtesy of Neill Mitchell.
My second test of the RealityCapture photogrammetry software was carried out on a section of my proposed subject for digital restoration: the Armoury building at the Boathouse at St. Keverne’s Quay, Radford Lake. While the circumstances of the photo shoot were not ideal (a blue-sky day with strong, low sunlight caused shadowing on the outside… Read More »
Just 10 minutes walk from my home is Radford Lake, a picturesque body of water set amongst woodland and parkland. At one end of the lake, hidden amongst the trees stands the ruin of an old boathouse. This site lends itself well to my proposed final year project at Plymouth University because it is easily… Read More »
As part of my research for my final year project at Plymouth University, I contacted the Plymouth Archaeological Society to see if their members had any suggestions for heritage sites that might potentially be appropriate for photogrammetry and digital restoration. A member of the Society suggested the now derelict saw mill that stands at the… Read More »