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Drones & Archaeology Workshop

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Drones & Archaeology Workshop
2pm
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4.30pm
LocationTrimontium Museum, HALO Lab, Melrose, TD6 9PN
Free with museum entry. Book online to confirm your place.
 

Ever wondered how Digging for Britain captures those wonderful shots of archaeological sites? Breath-taking panoramas of ancient landscapes or detailed vertical shots of complex archaeological digs are all made clear by this exciting new technique. Come along and find out how it’s done, see fabulous examples of what can be achieved and learn how you can contribute to the understanding of our ancient past. Hear how new developments in drone, computer and camera technology have revolutionised our understanding of some amazing sites.

Weather permitting, we plan to have a hands-on tutorial of how to fly and control an airborne camera platform.

Booking essential via the Trimontium website events section – Please select Saturday 9th September when booking, and choose the Adult or Concession ticket with Drone Workshop ticket option. You can buy a museum ticket for any time that day and return for the drone workshop between 2pm-4.30pm.

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