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3D Reconstruction with Fisheye Images: Strategies to Survey Complex Heritage Buildings
Over the last few decades photogrammetry and laser scanning have been frequently considered valuable tools for creating three-dimensional models from which metric and radiometric information can be derived for the survey ...
Precise 3D Recording for Finite Element Analysis
Lately, 3D laser scanning and Photogrammetry are becoming a standard in Cultural Heritage recording. In this contribution, a combination of both methods is presented for the precise 3D geometric documentation of a plaster ...
The Recording of Two Late Roman Towers, Archaeological Museum, Milan
This paper is an analysis of the recording, processing and presentation of the 3D data of two late Roman towers, through mast and zeppelin photography and image-based modelling software (IBM). Comparison is made to traditional ...
The Palmieri Hypogeum in Lecce - From the Integrated Survey to the Dissemination of Contents
This paper describes a complete path of research, which, starting from analysis and restitution 3D, gets to the virtual exploration of Hypogeum Palmieri in Lecce, a monument of Messapian age (4th century BC) currently not ...