Two 3D models were developed in 2016 and 2019 respectively, thanks to two drone flights. The flights were carried out over the tumulus number five of San Juan mountain (called, the Cobertoria; Salas, Asturias, Spain). The digitizing of the excavation process is part of the site archive recovered in this Neolithic Site. The passage to the funerary chamber of this barrow was built in 3.500 B.C, although the first phase is linked with a radiocarbon date of 4000BC.
Project funded by: Valdes-Salas Foundation, with the support of Bank Sabadell Foundation and Council of Salas. Coordination, texts and images: Fernando Rodríguez del Cueto 3D models made by: Miguel Busto Zapico. Drone Flight: Silverio García Cortés Assemblage of the models and edition in Blender and Sketchfab: Carlos García-Noriega Villa. More information of Cobertoria Project: http://fundacionvaldessalas.es/proyecto-la-cobertoria/