High resolution 3D-scan of the runestone from Ervik in Harstad municipality, Troms and Finnmark county. The stone has been scanned using an Artec Spider 3D-scanner and post-processed in Artec Studio 15 Professional at the archaeology lab at AHR, UiT The Arctic University of Norway. Maximum error reported during the initial scanning is 0,3 mm. The maximum theoretical 3D point accuracy of the scanner is 0,05 mm with a resolution of 0,1 mm. The main model included in the dataset is a non-simplified mesh of 36,288,016 faces and 18,144,026 vertices. The second model has been carefully simplified using a shape deviation constraint of 0,01 mm and consists of a mesh built up of 7,044,110 faces and 3,522,073 vertices. The latter model is included for convenience as the primary one warrants large computing capabilities to be processed. Both models are delivered in the open Wavefront .obj format while the decimated one also is delivered as .fbx for convenience purposes. A number of pre-rendered ambient occlusion views are also included.
free text keywords: Arts and Humanities, runestone, archaeology, runes, northern norway, 3D-documentation