In the summer of 2022, AOC Archaeology Group led a programme of work at Doon Castle Broch, clearing rubble and consolidating areas at risk of deterioration. You can read about the results of that work in the news article Doon Castle Broch – Revealed from the Rubble.
One of the digital products of that work is a 3D model of the broch as it appears now, having had a significant volume of rubble removed from its interior. The model was created using photogrammetry, a process that involves taking many overlapping photographs and converting them into a 3D model. In this case, the photographs were taken from a drone.
The result is a digital version of the broch that can be explored from anywhere in the world.