List of Figures

Figure 1: The processing stages to create a lightweight 3D model based on high quality survey data

Figure 2: White Island figures, with embedded narrative, as they appear on Sketchfab

Figure 3: The welcome page of the 3D-ICONS Ireland website

Figure 4: Physical models created by students using models on 3D-ICONS Ireland as the inspiration

Figure 5: 3D prints generated by the students in Southeast Missouri State University

Figure 6: Still image from the Knowth virtual environment

Figure 7: Still image from a promotional video for Ireland's Ancient East showing 3D-ICONS data for Newgrange being re-modelled in a new visualisation (Credit: Fáilte Ireland, Ireland's Ancient East)

Figure 8: Left: Photograph of the Cross of St Patrick and St Columba, Kells. Centre: Top is a photograph of a plastercast mould of a piece of the centre of the cross, below is the reverse engineered 3D model of the mould. Right: 3D model of the original cross

Figure 9: Deviation analysis of the reverse engineered 3D surface model from the mould and the 3D surface model of the original cross (Cross of St Patrick and St Columba, Kells)

Figure 10: Top left is a photograph of the plaster cast replica of a panel of the Market Cross at Kells, the 'Hound Lord', with a photograph of the original on the right. Bottom shows the 3D models from these sources, left is the replica, right the original


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