The second circular for the SVPCA is now available, and can be downloaded as a pdf from here or viewed on the SVPCA website here.
Abstract deadline is 24th July, so now’s the time to start thinking about talks and posters. I hope to see you there!
|Indet. ornithopod caudal vertebra recorded using photogrammetry.|
480,342 polygons, with and without texture.
|Not a palaeontologist? Well, you could always share heritage items such as this 3D mesh of a|
2.5m recumbent stone from Arbor Low stone circle in the White Peak of Derbyshire, UK.
Send it to anyone with an internet connection. You can't do that with the real thing.
|The illustration from Lee's report of 1843 of a single osteoderm and surrounding ossicles.|
|A selection of osteoderms and ossicle arrangements from various nodosaurids.|
Lee's specimen is top right, the others are redrawn from various papers.
|Five images taken by Curiosity on sol 629 and used for photogrammetrical reconstruction.|
|My photogrammetry setup. A tad bottom end to be sure, but it's delivering good results.|