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Artículo completo en Technical Briefs in Historical Archaeology (Society for Historical Archaeology).
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Resumen en inglés:
Three-dimensional (3-D) laser scanners build 3-D models of objects and have direct application in the cataloging of artifacts and in archaeological documentation. Some low-cost scanners are suitable for small objects because the scanners have high accuracy and the ability to capture color and textures. This paper provides the workflow and the steps needed to scan small objects using a low-cost scanner, to build textured 3-D models, and to transmit these models embedded in portable document format (PDF) files. The proposed procedure permits interaction with objects in various ways, including making measurements and building sections. The results enable the dissemination of high-precision interactive models, readable with free software, thereby facilitating the study of the metric and morphological features of archaeological objects.
|Two views of gabbro adze with double-bevel polished edge from the dolmen of Guadancil 1, Garrovillas de Alconétar (Cáceres, Spain), 2012 season. Scale in centimeters. (Photo by ÁMF, 2013.)|