1. Animation of a photogrammetry model of the Easter Island Hoa Hakananai'a Statue at the British Museum.

    Data capture completed by James Miles and Hembo Pagi (Archaeological Computing research Group, University of Southampton)

    Data Processing and animation completed by James Miles

    For more on this work please the ACRG blog here http://acrg.soton.ac.uk/blog/3169/ and Mike Pitts blog here http://mikepitts.wordpress.com/2013/04/10/hoa-hakananaia-in-british-archaeology/

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  2. Animation of a laser scan model of Netley Abbey

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  3. Animation of part of the laser scan model of the 2013 excavation of the Palazzo Imperiale at Portus, Italy

    The Portus Project is directed by Professor Simon Keay and is a collaborative research initiative involving the University of Southampton, the British School at Rome, the University of Cambridge and the Soprintendenza Speciale per i Beni Archeologici di Roma

    For more information regarding the project to learn more about the work currently taking place please visit the project's website

    portusproject.org

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  4. Animation of part of the laser scan model of the Cryptoporticus on the western façade of the Palazzo Imperiale at Portus, Italy.

    The Portus Project is directed by Professor Simon Keay and is a collaborative research initiative involving the University of Southampton, the British School at Rome, the University of Cambridge and the Soprintendenza Speciale per i Beni Archeologici di Roma

    For more information regarding the project to learn more about the work currently taking place please visit the project's website

    portusproject.org

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  5. The accompanying animation is made from a scan of standing structures by James Miles (ACRG) that were excavated by the Portus Project between 2007 and 2009. The model contains over 700 million points and takes you on a virtual trip that begins with a view of the west-facing side of the castellum aquae that stands at the eastern end of the northern wing of the Palazzo Imperiale, a complex that was initially constructed under Trajan and continued in use until c. the middle of the 6th c AD. The visit then takes you around to the northern side, where you can see the earlier Claudian quay that was incorporated into its northern face. It then moves around to the east, revealing detail of the Trajanic quay that lay to the east of the Palazzo Imperiale. After then moving over the footings of an amphitheatre-shaped building of the late 2nd to e 3rd c AD date, the video then returns northwards towards the the Castellum Aquae along the top of a defensive wall of late 5th c AD date. Details of the structure that appear in this video can be found in S. Keay, G. EarL and F. Felici 2011, Excavation aand Survey at the Plazzo Imperiale 2007-2009, In S. Keay and L. Paroli, (eds) Portus and its Hinterland. Archaeological Momographs of the British School at Rome 18: 67-93. London, BSR.

    The Portus Project is directed by Professor Simon Keay and is a collaborative research initiative involving the University of Southampton, the British School at Rome, the University of Cambridge and the Soprintendenza Speciale per i Beni Archeologici di Roma

    For more information regarding the project to learn more about the work currently taking place please visit the
    project's website

    portusproject.org

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Some of my work for the University of Southampton

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