Hugh Thomas

Hugh Thomas

Jun 07, 2017

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About This Project

If an archaeologist could have one super power- it would be X-RAY vision. Archaeologists are always looking for non-destructive techniques to see what lies beneath the surface. This project will use the newest in UAV'S (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) as well as Infrared (Thermal) and Near Infrared cameras to create high resolution maps of the Early Iron Age site of Zagora, Greece. The final product will hopefully be the creation of several high-resolution multispectral 3D models of the site.

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