Cultural Heritage and Environments of Iceland
Glaciers, Geothermal Locations, Caves

Cultural Heritage of Syria
Palmyra, Dead Cities, Ma'ara, Krak des Chevaliers

Cultural Heritage of Venezuela
Caracas, San Rafael de Mucuchíes and El Tisure, San Francisco de Yare, Coro, Mérida, Maracaibo, Other Locations

Located in the Andes mountains, Mérida is one of the oldest cities in Venezuela, founded in 1558. It has the first university in the country and abundant public bronze statuary. Local heritage is currently at risk due to an increase of metal thefts.

Objets d'art
Monuments, Fashion, Sculpture, Murals

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AN/UYK-44 Data Processing Set from Submersible NR-1
AN/UYK-44 data processing set from submersible NR-1, in the collection of the U.S. Naval Undersea Museum. NR-1 was the U.S. Navy's first and only nuclear-powered submersible. In service from 1969 to 2008, NR-1 performed missions such as searches, recoveries,…

AN/UYK-7 Computer Set
WORK IN PROGRESS Note: This is an initial 3D model that has not undergone post-processing work due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As such, the model contains small inaccuracies: some geometry/components are distorted or blurred. AN/UYK-7 computer set in the collection…

Abstract Wood Sculpture
Abstract Wood Sculpture (year unknown) by Francisco Narváez. Located at the Collection FMN (Fundación Museos Nacionales), custody of GAN (Galería de Arte Nacional) in Caracas, Venezuela. Dimensions: 100 x 145 x 99 cm. Photo registry by Luis Chacín in August…

Amphion, 1953
Amphion (1953) by Henri Laurens (1885-1954). Located at the University City in Caracas, Venezuela. Photo registry done by Rafael Enrique Rodri­guez y Daniel Patiño. This piece is a part of the collection "Synthesis of the Arts" at the University City of Caracas,…

Apollo 11 Moon Landing (Recreation)
Americans Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed on the moon July 20, 1969. Armstrong became the first to step onto the lunar surface six hours later on July 21 at 02:56:15 UTC. Aldrin joined him about 20 minutes later. They spent about two and a quarter hours…

Apollo 11 Moon Landing (VR Experience)
Americans Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed on the moon July 20, 1969. Armstrong became the first to step onto the lunar surface six hours later on July 21 at 02:56:15 UTC. Aldrin joined him about 20 minutes later. They spent about two and a quarter hours…

Apollo 16MM Maurer Data Acquisition Camera
Apollo 11 carried two Maurer data acquisition cameras, one on the command module and one on the lunar module. The cameras were used primarily to record engineering data and for continuous-sequence terrain photography. The CM camera had lenses of 5-mm, 10-mm,…

Apollo 70mm Hasselblad EL Data Camera
The electrically powered camera, carried on the lunar module, featured semiautomatic operation. It used 60-mm Biogon lens exclusively. The operating sequence was initiated by squeezing a trigger mounted on the camera handle. A reseau grid was set in front…

Apollo Gnoman Tripod
This gnomon is like those used on the lunar surface by Apollo astronauts during their scientific and photographic tasks. A gnomon is a gimbaled stadia rod mounted on a tripod so that the rod was free to point vertically. When deployed on the lunar surface,…

Apollo Heavier Weight Hammer
Hammers of this style were used on Apollo 14, 15, 16 and 17. However, there were minor changes in configuration of the handle and adapter through out these missions. This tool was used to break chips from rocks or to drive core tubes into the soil. It wasdesigned…

Apollo Moon Golf Club
On Feb. 6, 1971, Apollo 14 astronaut Alan Shepard became the first person to play golf on the moon. He smuggled a makeshift golf club head onto the spacecraft inside a sock. The first ball he hit veered into a nearby crater, but with a solid second swing,…

Armillary Sphere
Demonstration model of the solar system featuring Earth, Moon, and Earth’s seasonal changes - Electric driven. Built by John Emerson Scott in Los Angeles in the 1920’s Technical Stats: Shot with Canon 5DsR 24mm lens. Aperture: f/11. ISO: 100. Shutter speed:…

Atmospheric Diving Suit (JIM Suit)
JIM suit in the collection of the U.S. Naval Undersea Museum. An atmospheric diving suit (ADS) maintains surface pressure internally, protecting a diver from underwater pressure and eliminating the need for decompression. Treasure hunters developed early atmospheric…

Atmospheric Diving System 2000
WORK IN PROGRESS Note: This is an initial 3D model that has not undergone post-processing work due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As such, the model contains small inaccuracies: some geometry/components are distorted, blurred, or incomplete, and the acrylic vision…

Carved wood lectern with vegetable, geometric and scroll work decorations.

Aureola para Santo Pequeño
A circular piece in openwork metal which is chiseled and embossed. In the center vegetables within a circle around beams joined by a wavy hoop. This type of object was placed on the head of the wooden sculptures intended to be clothed.

Azulejo de un Pavo (No. b3)
Glazed and painted pottery. It stands out for its colorful look with black borders, typical of Catalan pottery. it is decorated with a turkey in the center and bushes on both sides. The background is gray and blue with three birds on the sky. Back then genre…

Bandeja para Vinajera
Metal tray embossed and hammered. The piece is highlighted by the lobed edges and inside is concave. Decorated with vegetables in relief in the center and edges. This piece is a sample of the aesthetic changes in Europe, which moved to America.

Small trunk, anonymous artist (circa 1820). Located at the Colonial Art Museum at Anauco House in Caracas, Venezuela. Photo registry by Daniel Santos in April 2018.

Baulito (II)
The box has an arched lid and circular lock with openwork; on the edges there is a graphic in waves, similar to a lace. This type of piece was used to store jewelry and other accessories. The importance of this object lies in its artistic and referential value…

Baulito (III)
Wooden chest with wooden geometric decorations in the shape of diamonds, in three colors of wood. It has three metal hinges and one metal lock.

Benches and Garden - Quinta de Anauco
Side garden of the Quinta de Anauco. As the property was a hacienda house, there are outdoor spaces for gathering. It has concrete benches. The house and gardens are typical of the civil architecture of eighteenth-century Venezuela.

Berlin Wall Segment - The Wall Along Wilshire
The Wall Along Wilshire features ten sections of the original Berlin Wall. Measuring nearly forty feet wide, it is the world longest stretch of the Wall outside of Germany. The Wall Along Wilshire was assembled in 2009 as a component of The Wall Project, the…

Bisonte (1984) (with cameras)
Bisonte (1984) by Alberto Guédez. Located at the entrance of MAGMA (Museo de Arte Contempráneo Mario Abreu, de Maracay Estado Aragua) in Maracay, Venezuela. Photo registry done by Frank Araujo and Ysrael Gómez in February 2018.

Bodega de Señora Paula
Ms Paula’s Grocery Store This small corner store was founded by Ms. Paula Noriega Deguias, a neighbor from the high area of El Calvario community. Ms. Paula sold in this store groceries, ice cream, snow cones, sodas, and beer, mostly on the weekends and on…

Brass Artifact
Photogrammetry of a brass artifact

Brass Fixture (with cameras)
Teaching Materials - Photogrammetry test of brass fixture

Brown Hills of Utah (Moab area)
Drone photogrammetry of Moab, Utah hills

Bust of Emperor Commodus
Roman Emperor Commodus, or Caesar Marcus Aurelius Commodus Antoninus Augustus, was emperor from 177-192. His brutal misrule precipitated civil strife that ended 84 years of stability and prosperity within the empire.

Busto de Andrés Bello
Andrés Bello (1781-1865), jurist, philologist and Venezuelan patriot.

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