I have now completed my recent work on St Piran’s Oratory on behalf of St Piran Trust and Cornwall Archaeological Unit. It was a challenging task requiring a huge amount of computer resources and time, with colleagues at Archaeovision helping when my computer broke down, but I am pleased with the results.
Here is a short animation of St Piran’s Oratory, digitally freed from its concrete walls:
Here is an interactive model which you can zoom, turn, and inspect:
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And here is an interactive 3D model of the complete Oratory structure with the concrete walls we see today:
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We must now wait for the final report by CAU (to which this data contributes) to better understand the building and its phasing. Watch this space.