Southwell Minster scanned using 3D technology

Southwell Minster scanned using 3D technology
 

A 12th Century cathedral has been scanned using 3D technology in the event of it ever being damaged.
Mark Williams, from Maptek, said the fire in April at Notre Dame in Paris, motivated him to carry out the work at Southwell Minster, Nottinghamshire.
He said the result was a "high resolution and highly accurate picture" of the outside of the "stunning building".
Notre-Dame was digitally scanned by historian Andrew Tallon in 2010.
Southwell Minster is famous for its "pepper pot towers".
Its stone carvings, known as The Leaves of Southwell, are considered among... read more

 
12 November 2019 in Regional, Views: 27
Source: BBC
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