Close-Range Photogrammetric Measurement and 3D Modelling for Irish Medieval Architectural Studies

@inproceedings{Behan2006CloseRangePM,
  title={Close-Range Photogrammetric Measurement and 3D Modelling for Irish Medieval Architectural Studies},
  author={Avril Behan and Rachel Moss},
  year={2006}
}
In Ireland, as in much of Europe, church architecture of the late medieval era is considered by architectural historians to have been designed according to specific geometric principles and methods. Research into such structures and their design methods has traditionally involved visually-based stylistic comparison of features, primarily by visual techniques. In recent years, however, more analytical approaches to these studies have developed and these procedures require accurate documentation… CONTINUE READING

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