Example of archaeological 3D documentation
After recovery, the timber was cleaned and recorded with the structured light scanner. Thus generated 3D model was later used in a process called an annotation. This process allows to add archaeological interpretation to scanned object by applying colourful curves grouped in individual layers - each of them represents different construction features like joints, tool marks etc. Afterwards, it can be used for generating 2D sketches.
Czersk shipwreck is one of the largest and best preserved examples of sailing vessels used on Vistula River in the pre-industrial era. Excavation, recovery and recording were conducted by Archcom on the commission of the State Archaeological Museum in Warsaw.