We recently animated one of our 3D models for use in a forthcoming edition of the Boletin Informativo do Museu de Arqueologia e Etnologia, and wanted to share it with you. This is vessel II-005.0 from the Calderon Collection, which we scanned last summer with our ZScanner700CX.
I wanted to show it in color here to highlight the amount of reconstruction, and to ask a simple question (I want your comments on this, please–click on the “Leave a Comment” tab below or send me an email–firstname.lastname@example.org), how much reconstruction is too much? Please keep it civil–I am looking for legitimate arguments–why or why not use this piece in a study of morphometrics?
I should mention that this piece was repaired by a professional conservator—does that weigh into your decision? Should it? I want your thoughts/opinions. Many thanks in advance for your feedback.