Tuesday, 19 July 2016
Justin Barton is a current remote part-time PhD candidate with ATCH and will be visiting the Centre and presenting his research next week. Details on his presentation are below.
Date: 25th of July 2016
Time: 1pm – 2pm
Place: School of Architecture Meeting Room
PhD Candidate, Centre for Architecture Theory Criticism History, School of Architecture
Mud Bricks and Laser Beams: Research into 3D Reality Management for Erosion Monitoring of Earthen Architecture
Justin Barton will discuss the research he began here at UQ in October 2015: an investigation into 3D capture technologies, such as laser scanning (terrestrial LiDAR), for better-informed conservation and management of earthen architecture, including long-term erosion monitoring. Justin will discuss 3D capture technologies, his background in applying these technologies to heritage site management and outreach, the current conservation issues at his two research sites of St. Helena Island in Australia and UNESCO World Heritage Site Ancient Merv in Turkmenistan (including previous 3D data capture at both sites), and how 3D reality management technology will be layered in his research for a “4D” perspective of site conditions to better understand change over time.