3d moisture mapping at Skelmorlie Aisle

The 3D moisture mapping project is an attempt to develop processes for better visualisation and understanding of microwave moisture data, used to analyse dampness and water ingress in historic buildings. A newer version of the method was the subject of my presentation at the HES Conservation Research Showcase event last month. This version of the process involves mapping orthographic moisture maps of different surfaces (floor and interior elevations) directly onto point cloud data using Leica Cyclone. It is a reasonably quick and reliable method for applying colour-coded moisture data onto the point cloud, which can then be used as a basis for renderings, animations, etc. More details on the process to follow…


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