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WemyssCaves4D. Dawson, Tom (Author); Hambly, Joanna (Author); Arrowsmith, Mike (Author). 2017. online : The SCAPE Trust .

Research output: Non-textual formWeb publication/site

Harvard

Dawson, T, Hambly, J & Arrowsmith, M, WemyssCaves4D, 2017, Web publication/site, The SCAPE Trust , online. <http://www.4dwemysscaves.org/>

APA

Dawson, T. (Author), Hambly, J. (Author), & Arrowsmith, M. (Author). (2017). WemyssCaves4D. Web publication/site, The SCAPE Trust . http://www.4dwemysscaves.org/

Vancouver

Dawson T (Author), Hambly J (Author), Arrowsmith M (Author). WemyssCaves4D online: The SCAPE Trust . 2017.

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Dawson, Tom (Author) ; Hambly, Joanna (Author) ; Arrowsmith, Mike (Author). / WemyssCaves4D. [Web publication/site].

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abstract = "Interactive website presenting 3D models of the each of the Wemyss Caves and MacDuff's Castle (a group of endangered scheduled monuments on the Fife coast). The caves includes Reflectance Transformation Images (RTI) of each of the Pictish and early Christian carvings which can be explored by the public, together with download section where public can obtain original RTI files and some laser scan and point cloud data. Each cave also includes a video and a selection of historic images showing the caves and carvings in the past. ",
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