Technology is influencing the way we record, analyse and present heritage sites. Based in Oxford, our digital heritage team led by Marcus Abbott provides state of the art digital survey, computing and visualisation services for heritage based projects and museum displays.
We have the specialist in-house capability to conduct laser scan and photogrammetric surveys of buildings, landscapes and artefacts. Using this digital data, we create accurate plans, elevations and cross-sections. We offer services in 3D modelling of buildings, archaeological sites and historic landscapes. Combining this digital resource we create a varied array of products such as virtual explorable environments, web based presentations, animated films and App design/content.
TJC Heritage has invested in a state of the art cloud computing network enabling us to process complex digital survey data with ease. Our latest system allows us to render out images and animations fast and effectively allowing for more time to be spent on creating and developing projects.
Recent laser scan projects include: Norbury Old Hall (Derbyshire); Hare Hill Mill (Rochdale); Victoria Railway Arches (Greater Manchester); East Riddlesden Hall (West Yorkshire)
Recent visualisation projects include: Star Carr (North Yorkshire); Deepdene House (Surrey); The Severn Estuary (Gloucestershire)