18-19 September, 2013 – Second Project meeting, Weimar, Germany
Our second project meeting was hosted by the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar (BUW). Several workshops were held with the partners in the consortium to exchange ideas, discuss and agree on a number of technical issues. In addition, the six month progress of all the work packages were discussed, and the next six month plans were defined.
Illustrative visualization techniques allow users of this tabletop display to highlight geometrical features like depth, curvature or pecking frequency.
The lighting of the 3D-scanned Pitoti can be controlled with a virtual torch.
Further interactive visualization tools like a digital magnifying glass support the analysis.
The multi-user 3D display enables the collaborative analysis of the 3D-scanned pitoti.
The high-resolution data can be scaled to facilitate the discussion of pecking and scratching structures.