The Digital revolution is not only helping shape the future but can also help understand the past. In innovation in the cultural heritage industry, Korean startup Carrotphunt Inc. has introduced ‘Arch3D Liner’, automated software measuring buried cultural properties.
3D scanning for cultural assets
The process of investigating buried cultural heritage can be cumbersome and expensive. Carrotphunt’s ‘Arch3D Liner’ driven by technology makes the process simpler and saves cost by 40%. The process allows the actual measurement, which previously required various tools, to be carried out through a 3D scanner and software. The faster process makes the research environment better, and research data is of higher quality and more diverse.
Carrotphunt offers3D visualization technology, 3D Mesh Processing technology and 3D data-based AI technology. Arch3D Liner’s uses a high-precision 3D laser scanner with an error range of less than 0.05mm. Arch3D Liner’s service has an average of 5 to 10 minutes of basic drawing time per artifact (different for each deformity). The precise scanning and drawing can provide in-depth observation according to the period and deformity of the artifacts to proceed with actual measurement causing less error.
Carat Punt aims to bring in technological revolution to the process of archaeological surveys and digital documentation of cultural assets. Carrotphunt is South Korea’s only cultural asset 3D technology startup and has been selected as R&D company by the Ministry of Science, Technology and Information and Communication. The company has signed a MOU agreement with Dongguk University Industry-University Cooperation Foundation, Gyeongbuk Software High School, Gyeongbuk Cultural Foundation’s Cultural Heritage Research Institute to develop solutions for archaeology.
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