Here is one of the results from scanning David and Kate did at Cambridge at the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology:
There is now a nice article on the SESPOA website talking about the use of our seal scanner and RTI dome.
images thanks to AssyrOnline
My usual test is a cuneiform replica or a fossil. Today this dome had a full test with the tablet and my Nikon D650 (100ASA, 1/10s F10, jpg, no white balance calibration).
This replica is very useful and is of the Sumerian period (2600 BCE). It is 8cm x 7.5cm and came from the Sumerian city of Shuruppak. It describes the sale of a house and names two witnesses. The original is in the Louvre Museum
I visited Oxford’s dome in MOLA – it was in amongst lots of interesting storage boxes.
Klaus just sent us a nice image of dome4 imaging a famous statue at the C2RMF: