DH2015 - Track 1
The Venice ''Archivio di Stato'' - Innovating Digitization with X-Ray Tomography
Robust Segmentation of Historical Parchment XMT Images for Virtual Unrolling
3D and Challenging Materials
One Man's Trash: Using XRF to Recreate Ancient Narratives from Metallurgical Waste Heaps in Southern Jordan
Customised OCR Correction for Historical Medical Text
Short Papers - Virtual Reconstruction
3D Reconstruction for Museums and Scattered Collections (Applied Research for the Alexandre Lenoir's Museum of French Monuments)
Reflected Infrared Imaging: Revisiting the Fundamentals
The Virtual Recontruction of an Ancient Musical Instrument: The Aulos of Selinus
A New Way to Enrich Museum Experience Through X-ray Tomography The Diagnostic Study of a Wax Anatomical Model of the 18th Century Made by Anna Morandi Manzolini
Reconstruction of the Woodblock Using Three-dimensional Scanning and Computer Numerical Control Machining
Documentation and Preservation of an Iron Age Site Through Photogrammetry - The Case of Monte Bernorio
Remote Sensing Applied to the Study of the Cultural and Natural Heritage in the Mesoamerican Corridor
Three Modes of a Monument's 3D Virtual Reconstruction - The Case of Yali Tzamisi in Chania, Crete
Short Papers - Architectures
Battery Aachen - Using Landscape Reconstruction for On-site Exploration of a World War One Military Unit
Fusion of 3D Data from Different Image-based and Range-based Sources for Efficient Heritage Recording
Virtual 3D Reconstruction of Plans-Reliefs from Historical Document Analysis for Valorisation Applications
GIS-Based Mapping of Archaeological Sites with Low-Altitude Aerial Photography and Structure from Motion - a Case Study from Southern Jordan
Integrative 3D Recording Methods of Historic Architecture - Burg Hohenecken Castle from Southwest Germany
Application of 3D Technology For The Documentation of Late Medieval Wall Paintings in the Church of St. George in Lovran, Croatia
The Recording of Two Late Roman Towers, Archaeological Museum, Milan
Bridging Monuments Through Digital Repository and Graphic Reconstruction Methodologies, The Digital Enhancement Project of Argolid, Arcadia and Corinthia Castles, Greece
Crowd-sourced Mobile Phone Images For Built Heritage Conservation Monitoring
Photogrammetric Surveying and Stereotomy - The East Hall of the Palace of Charles V in Granada
A Light Carbon Crane as an Alternative Approach for Vertical Structures and Facade Surveying
3D Reconstruction with Fisheye Images: Strategies to Survey Complex Heritage Buildings
Comparison of Normalized Transfer Functions for Fast Blending-based Color Correction of Scans Acquired Under Natural Conditions
The Virtual Reconstruction of the Minaret of Mansourah Mosque (Algeria)
Representation of the Santander Cathedral by Combination of Different Smart Techniques
Geometry to Web - Jaen's Cathedral
A New Approach to Digitalization and Data Management of Cultural Heritage Sites
A Comparison of Digital Modelling Techniques Analyzing a Section of Qhapaq Ñan
Optimizing UAV Systems for Rapid Survey and Reconstruction of Large Scale Cultural Heritage Sites
Bringing Collections to the Digital Era - 3 Examples of Integrated High Resolution Digitisations Projects
Application of georeferenced Archaeological Information Systems for Archaeological Digital Heritage - The Auxiliary Fortress of Carnuntum (Lower Austria)
Recovering the History of Bergen Belsen Using an Interactive 3D Reconstruction in a Mixed Reality Space: the Role of Pre-knowledge on Memory Recollection
Works in Progress
Digitizing the Culture of Beijing - An Introduction of the Memories of Beijing Project
Crowd-sourcing the 3D Digital Reconstructions of Lost Cultural Heritage
PATRINAT - The Drawings in Buffon's Histoire Naturelle, Towards a Digitized Heritage
OCHRE a Powerful Tool for Culture Historical Research - A Chronological Model for Historical Roads and Paths
The Chimu Offerings - Integration of Applied Science and New Media in the Preservation and Dissemination of Prehispanic Heritage
Minor Harbours of the East Coast of Ireland
Novel Application of 3D Documentation Techniques at a Submerged Late Pleistocene Cave Site in Quintana Roo, Mexico
Nuragic Sacred Well of Santa Cristina in Sardinia - From the 3D Survey Analysis to Labour Investment
Recovering the History of Bergen Belsen Using an Interactive 3D Reconstruction in a Mixed Reality Space: the Role of Pre-knowledge on Memory Recollection (IEEE, 2015)The question addressed by our work is twofold: On the one hand we want to contribute to the preservation of the Holocaust cultural heritage using digital technology, on the other hand, we want to investigate the impact of ...
Novel Application of 3D Documentation Techniques at a Submerged Late Pleistocene Cave Site in Quintana Roo, Mexico (IEEE, 2015)The submerged cave site of Hoyo Negro, located along the east coast of the Yucatan Peninsula, contains a diverse fossil assemblage of extinct megafauna as well as a nearly complete human skeleton. The remote nature of the ...
Nuragic Sacred Well of Santa Cristina in Sardinia - From the 3D Survey Analysis to Labour Investment (IEEE, 2015)This paper relates an ongoing research carrying out at the Cyprus Institute -STARC, focusing on the mobilization of labour required for Santa Cristina sacred well construction, during the Bronze Age period of The Nuragic ...
(IEEE, 2015)Considerable progress in the engineering of maritime structures occurred between the 18th and 20th centuries in Ireland. While major harbours have been well documented, there remain considerable structures that due to their ...
The Chimu Offerings - Integration of Applied Science and New Media in the Preservation and Dissemination of Prehispanic Heritage (IEEE, 2015)Example of integration of disciplines and professionals that use different technologies as part of the research process, recovery and revalorization of one of the major collections of metals of prehispanic heritage of Peru. ...
(IEEE, 2015)Crowd-sourced photogrammetric reconstructions offer a unique opportunity for the digital visualisation of lost heritage. Project Mosul is a project that seeks to digitally reconstruct lost heritage, whether through war, ...
OCHRE a Powerful Tool for Culture Historical Research - A Chronological Model for Historical Roads and Paths (IEEE, 2015)In this paper the Online Cultural and Historical Research Environment (OCHRE) will be presented as a tool that facilitates the dating of historical roads and paths. It is makes use of extracted roads and paths from Airborne ...
(IEEE, 2015)The PATRINAT project mainly focuses on the cataloging, digitization and dissemination of the drawings and engravings composing the collection of drawings given by Buffon to the Bibliothèque nationale de France. Those ...
(IEEE, 2015)The Memories of Beijing project is an effort that aims at identification, representing, and disseminating the rich culture of Beijing, the capital city of China, via the employment of digital technologies. This proposal ...
Application of georeferenced Archaeological Information Systems for Archaeological Digital Heritage - The Auxiliary Fortress of Carnuntum (Lower Austria) (IEEE, 2015)Non-destructive prospection methods provide a powerful toolbox to explore Archaeological Heritage while it is still protected untouched below the actual surface. Due to recent technical developments in high resolution large ...
(IEEE, 2015)Total Station has been one of the most common acquisition devices for achieving maps through topographic survey. Nowadays, Terrestrial Laser Scanner (TLS) and Photogrammetry are commonly used to generate accurate meshes. ...
Bringing Collections to the Digital Era - 3 Examples of Integrated High Resolution Digitisations Projects (IEEE, 2015)One of the primary concerns of museums nowadays is the digitisation of the collection to enhance conservation, accessibility and dissemination. We present in this paper 3 examples of collection digitisations carried out ...
(IEEE, 2015)Recording geometrically and aesthetically accurate models of cultural heritage sites is important for both their conservation and understanding of historical importance. Rapid imaging systems are required to capture models ...
(IEEE, 2015)In this paper we describe the methodology carried out in the Cathedral of Jaén (Spain) during the scanning, processing of the resulting point clouds and the post-processing into a three-dimensional model. The virtual ...
(IEEE, 2015)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 ...
Comparison of Normalized Transfer Functions for Fast Blending-based Color Correction of Scans Acquired Under Natural Conditions (IEEE, 2015)This work deals with the multiview colorization of large site acquired during rapid survey conducted in natural uncontrolled climatic and light conditions. Image stitching and weighting methods are adapted to perform fine ...
(IEEE, 2015)Aerial surveying is, since more than 100 years, a huge field of research and application in the domain of architecture, archeology and, besides, cultural heritage. Increasing operational capabilities of recent UAV platforms, ...
(IEEE, 2015)Photogrammetry is increasingly becoming a widely used architectural heritage surveying method. This technique is specifically suitable for geometric and stereotomic analysis of masonry pieces. This paper describes a survey ...
(IEEE, 2015)This contribution synthetically addresses some of the photogrammetric solutions available today in the field of architectural-archaeological survey and the related applications outcome, evaluated during both the acquisition ...
(IEEE, 2015)Inside Santander city, we find two different historical parts, ''la Puebla vieja'', oldest part of the city, where the cathedral is located and ''la Puebla nueva''. A research team has been created with two purposes: study ...