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The Scottish Ten is an ambitious five year project using cutting edge technology to create exceptionally accurate digital models of Scotland’s five UNESCO designated World Heritage Sites (WHS) and five international heritage sites in order to better conserve and manage them.

The Scottish Ten is a joint project between Historic Scotland, the national heritage agency; The Glasgow School of Art’s Digital Design Studio and non-profit organisation CyArk.From the outset the Scottish Ten has aimed to digitally document Scotland's five UNESCO-inscribed World Heritage Sites and five international heritage sites using cutting-edge laser survey technology. The project marries advanced scientific technologies with heritage conservation.

A great deal more information about the Scottish Ten can be found at http://www.scottishten.org/