Brompton stones (Rock Art - Engraving), Boulle table - Quebec Conservation Centre / Sherbrooke Museum of Nature and Sciences.
To obtain a high-resolution 3D digital image of petroglyphs on the surface of stones retrieved in the 1960s from the bank of the St. François River, near Brompton, Eastern Townships. To provide a 3D digital sample of a section of a Boulle table.
STAND OFF DISTANCE FROM THE SURFACE
3D DATA UTILIZATION
Scientific analysis of petroglyphs for purposes of dating and identifying tools used for engraving and to extrapolate other relevant information
Upgraded report writing using detailed 2D and 3D images
Creating a micro-topography of the surface of the stone (contour interval = 10 microns)
Creating a replica of the surface using the stereolithography process
Internet exchanges of information with colleagues in other research institutes
Heritage preservation by 3D recording and archiving
Virtual integration within its original environment
Exchanged via Internet, the 3D files facilitate a detailed analysis at any time by many scientists around the world.