Close-Range Scanning

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The Virtual Hampson Museum

Close-Range scanners are most commonly used to record objects. These scanners operate using a variety of technologies including triangulation of the position of a single spot or stripe of laser light, or fringe projection (also referred to as structured light or white light scanning).

At CAST our close-range Minolta and Breuckmann scanners have been used extensively to record archaeological objects, including ceramic vessels and inscriptions on stele.

Read about CAST’s Konica Minolta and Breuckmann scanners.

Read about the software used at CAST to work with close-range scanning data: Optocat
and Rapidform.

Read about some of our scanning projects.

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