Photogrammetry is the technique of using laser photography to record minuscule data from sites where hand drawings and regular photography could never capture. Together with remote sensing, aerial archeology, and laser surveying, our observation of architectural structures and historical artifacts has greatly evolved into a capability of reconstructing an object to the finest detail, never before seen , for study.
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- To identify trends in photogrammetric developments that have application in archaeology.
- To document current applications of photogrammetry in archaeology.
- To promote the use of appropriate photogrammetric procedures in archaeology.
- To spread this information to organizations and individuals through an active program of liaison between CIPA and these organizations.