Back in 2009 as part of Anthony Gormley’s One and Other project, members of ArkHive were lucky enough to be selected to stand on “The Fourth Plinth” for 1 hour. During the time on the plinth the Topcon GLS-1000 Laser scanner was used to do a 360 degree scan.
The data is only available coloured by reflectivity as the work was done at 10pm.
Trafalgar Square, at the heart of London, is one of the city’s most vibrant open spaces.
Managed by the Greater London Authority, Trafalgar Square is a landmark in central London enjoyed by Londoners and all visitors alike. It is a lively place often used for a wide range of activities including: special events and celebrations like the Royal Wedding, Olympics One Year to Go, St Patrick’s Day and Chinese New Year; filming and photography; and rallies and demonstrations.
Home to Nelson’s Column, the square is rich in history and provides a platform for new artistic performances and events……..
ArkHive is an organisation dedicated to recording the diverse heritage of the UK