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Barmishaw Stone 2012 V5 3D Model
This version of the Barmishaw Stone has been reprocessed using masking to make the most of the source imagery to create the best texture. It’s created from 24 images taken using a Structure from Motion approach on 19 September 2012 and was intended to capture the shadows in the motifs, rather than model the stones true surface.
The Barmishaw Stone, which is 2.31 x 1.6 x 0.43 metres is one of the more complex panels on Rombalds Moor and displays various motifs including cups, rings and rare ladders. Higher resolution 3D models show the differences in carving depth and possible superimposition, which may indicate different phases of carving over an unknown period. Patina colouration may also hint at areas of the stone being covered for longer periods (darker = uncovered longer). Interestingly, the areas where the lighter patina occurs also have the carvings of greatest depth / preservation.