3D laser scanners used to recreate site
Archaeologists have digitally recreated the site of Jesus’ Last Supper using laser scanners and advanced photography. The cenacle, a popular site for pilgrims near Jerusalem’s walled old city, has ancient, worn surfaces and poor illumination, hampering a study of its history. Archaeologist Re’em explained that they managed to use the technology in one of the holiest places in Jerusalem and described it as a breakthrough. The archaeologist also explained that they managed to penetrate the ancient stones, he said with the electronic eyes, they have got answers to the questions asked.