On the way back from a spring scouting trip to the Comb Wash / Bears Ears area of Utah I stopped to shoot a new model of the Great Gallery of Horseshoe Canyon. I had built a model last year but it did not include the entire panel. It also had some holes in the data that I thought I could clear up. This one has the whole alcove. There figures on the left beyond the debris pile. One of them closely resembles the Moqui Queen. If you have the chance, it is worth looking at this at full screen on a high-resolution monitor. A Microsoft Surface works particularly well.
Some things to note
- The tallest figure is 2.15 meters tall
- The Panel is 65 meters end to end
- The alcove is 33 meters high and 12 meters deep
- The model is built from 247 high-resolution DSLR images and assembled in Agisoft Photoscan
This model is part of my massive Ancient Art Archive. The Archive helps people explore and preserve humanity’s oldest stories. We use use photography, 3D modeling and Virtual Reality technology to preserve the world’s oldest art.