PANORAMA, an interfaculty platform for virtual 3D imagery has 3D documented 3rd Cistercian Abbey to study architecture and understand the different chronological layers. They decided to use terrestrial as well as aerial photogrammetry to obtain a better texture. The laser scanner used was: Faros S-350 3D scan. After reconstruction in high detail by parts, they generated orthophotos for archaeological publications and converted the survey into a dense point cloud working under a modified Potree viewer.
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