The team will be scanning the landscape within the "Stonehenge Triangle" (bounded by the A303, the A344 and the Byway immediately west of Stonehenge) to a resolution of 10cm.
The monument itself will be scanned at a resolution of 2cm for the landscape bounded by the bank and ditch and 1mm for the stones.
Also, close range scans at 0.5mm resolution will be done of the visible faces of all the stones individually, both standing and fallen. Top surface modelling will use photogrammatic techniques rather than laser scans.
The end result should be impressive.
The lasers will all be "eye-safe" but the standard warning of "Do not stare into laser with remaining eye" still applies :-)