This is a slightly altered and extended version of the Day of Archaeology post I wrote a little while ago; you can see the original post on the Day of Archaeology website.
Hi, I’m Helen. I’m actually a computer scientist rather than an archaeologist, working on a project … More/Mwy
Photographing the large mounds of burial chambers is a tricky business – being able to get high enough to make sure you can see the whole mound requires a bit of aerial camera work… Enter our aerial surveying platform (which we will tell you more about in an upcoming … More/Mwy
On a blazing hot saturday, the team headed out to Barclodiad y Gawres – a stunning chambered tomb on the coast of Anglesey – for an open day organised in collaboration with Cadw. Since an incident of vandalism some years back, access to … More/Mwy
On the 21st of June, we joined Cadw at Bryn Celli Ddu for a celebration of all things Neolithic! Visitors got the chance to see flint-knapping demonstrations, learn about aerial photography, make embossed badges and much more.
Lee shot this video from above the site during the day, which is … More/Mwy
The HeritageTogether people at Bangor University had a demonstration of an hexacopter from Skyonix. This is a flying platform that is capable of taking an DSLR camera. It was fantastic to see the copter. Ben Edwards (co-investigator) said
“This is exactly what we need for the … More/Mwy