Research on Three-Dimensional Digitization Method of General Cliff Petroglyph in Lianyungang City


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Three-dimensional laser scanner is adopted to protect and study on Lianyungang City General Cliff petroglyph by institute of key cultural relics protection. Through the high-precision scanning by Surphaser for important locations, including the faces, crops, chessboard, milky way, meridian, society, the Sun and so on, three-dimensional dates of 22 stations were obtained. After splicing these points cloud by Leica Cyclone, AVI video was generated on the basis of development path of camera, and a complete animation video was obtained by video editing software at last. The results show that three-dimensional laser scanner can be used for fast, accurate completion of rock digital and the effect on the conservation and research of cultural relics protection is very favorable.



Edited by:

Qi Luo






X. S. Cui et al., "Research on Three-Dimensional Digitization Method of General Cliff Petroglyph in Lianyungang City", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 58-60, pp. 1762-1766, 2011

Online since:

June 2011




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