One of the purposes of last Saturday's visit to Branault's Bronze Age standing stones - post here - was for Jim Caldwell to take some photographs which would enable him to create a three-dimensional virtual model of the stone. As far as I'm concerned, what Jim achieves is little short of miraculous, but what's so brilliant is that it creates a record which can be viewed by everyone - and, incidentally, enables all of us to see parts of the stone, like the top, which no-one is likely to have seen in over 3,000 years.
here. One of the spin-offs from these photogrammetric surveys is that, from them, models can be 3D printed - which is what the ACCORD Project have done with the Camas stone.
Many thanks to Jim for letting us see the video.