3D KAP: textured surface animation

A quick fly around the model of the Civil War earthwork at Earith;

I added an artificial light source to enhance the shallow features.

Image quality has taken a tumble to get the animation quickly,

The real detail is captured in the imagery:

Sample -1This frame shows the denudation of the SE corner of the monument caused by winter flooding.

The video is prepared for discussion at the Ouse Washes Landscape Partnership 2014 Conference: Conservation, Farming, Flooding: Our Natural Landscape?

All tickets are taken so I expect a busy time!

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2 Responses to 3D KAP: textured surface animation

  1. Reblogged this on Ouse Washes: The Heart of the Fens and commented:
    Fantastic imagery from Bill Blake, taken by kite aerial photography, of one of the hidden gems of the OWLP area, the Civil War period Earith Bulwark

  2. Pingback: Around the Archaeology Blog-o-sphere Digest #10 | Doug's Archaeology

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