Each of the Scottish Ten sites raised its own particular digital documentation challenges, and a wide range of technologies was used to accurately capture data.
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Laser scanning was the main technique used in the Scottish Ten fieldwork, while most of the others below proved useful at some stage.
Main digital technologies used:
- laser scanning – also known as LiDAR
- photogrammetry – also known as Structure-from-Motion
- high dynamic range (HDR) photography
- structured light scanning
- gigapixel imaging
- reflectance transformation imaging
- multistation scanning and Global Positioning System (GPS) equipment
- underwater sonar
- motion capture
- infrared thermography