A group of architectural and robotic researchers are regulating drones and specialised robots to map former leprosy colony.
Between 1907 and 1959 Peel Island, off a seashore of Brisbane, Australia, was a quarantined sanatorium for people with leprosy – many lived in really bad conditions.
Today a island is birthright listed and a pull for tourists, though many of a aged buildings are in disrepair and are too dangerous structurally for people to enter.
The investigate teams wish to safety a site digitally for destiny generations and use believe gained in a plan to urge intelligent adaptive robots used in disaster relief.
BBC Click’s Nick Kwek reports.