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Riders lost in the Himalayas

... surface laser scanning was performed by a team from Trimetary Consulting (St Petersburg) led by Mikhail Anikushkin. As of today, this is the most precise technology for recording numerous objects. The work was done in two clusters, where the numerous stone sculptures are concentrated, located the height of 1,890 meters and 2,030 meters above the sea level. The area of each cluster is about a hectare. In addition to laser scanning, airborne survey using a quadcopter and survey photography using ...

Modified: 15.05.2018
archeology , Lesser Himalayas , Jammu and Kashmir , stone sculptures , Hephthalites (Ephthalites) , Hunas (Xiongnu) , Alchon Huns , laser scanning , cloud of points , 3D object model , virtual reconstruction , interactive application
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Himalayan Riders: Eye-Witness Report

... a Trimetary Consulting team led by Mikhail Anikushkin, who performed the surface laser scanning of these objects. As of today, this is the most precise technology for recording numerous objects. The work was done in two clusters, where the numerous stone sculptures are concentrated. The first cluster is at the height of 1890 meters above the seal level, and the second, at 2030 meters above the sea level. The area of each cluster is about a hectare. Laser scanning was done using the Leica ScanStation ...

Modified: 03.11.2017
Jammu and Kashmir , Himalayas , stone sculptures , Ephthalites , The Alchon Huns , Huns , archaeology , laser scanning , point cloud , 3D model of the objects , virtual reconstruction , interactive application
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