This week we had the chance to test our new Insta360 camera (during a building recording project), designed for taking 360° video and photography. Remember all the effort it used to take to create a bubbleworld? It appears now all it takes is a 5 second shot on the camera and then a ‘save as’ command once the file is downloaded. Initially the camera produces a panorama which it then stitches together automatically into the bubbleworld
Archaeological services: Publication
In 2019, Vindomora Solutions Ltd are aiming to register as a Publisher with the goal of producing, marketing and selling our own range of publications dealing with archaeology and local history. More information will be released on this subject as and when the process is complete.
We currently have three archaeological articles published in Durham Archaeology Magazine:
- Building Recording at Hamsterley Hall. Issue 10, 2015. Pgs 63-
- A Romano-
British Farming Community at West Chilton, County Durham. Issue 12, 2017. Pgs 12- 25;
- A Medieval Manor-
house at Chapel Walls, Wolsingham. Issue 12, 2017. Pgs 41- 51.
Community excavation reports:
News and updates
As a few if you are aware, we’ve had an Instagram account for some time now but have failed to really use it. Having now discovered the joys of Instagram through the PC desktop I’m pleased to announce that we’ve started to put our ‘historical’ working shots on Instagram for your enjoyment/bemusement/amusement.
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