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    • c-Space: Time-evolving 3D Models (4D) from Heterogeneous Distributed Video Sources 

      Ritz, Martin; Knuth, Martin; Domajnko, Matevz; Posniak, Oliver; Santos, Pedro; Fellner, Dieter W. (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
      We introduce c-Space, an approach to automated 4D reconstruction of dynamic real world scenes, represented as time-evolving 3D geometry streams, available to everyone. Our novel technique solves the problem of fusing all ...
    • Can Augmented Reality Enhance to a Greater Visitor Satisfaction of Historical Landmarks? 

      Wakefield, Connor; Simons, Alain; John, David (The Eurographics Association, 2019)
      Augmented reality (AR) is gradually becoming more common for marketing of tourist locations to enhance the visitor experience. But do visitors of historical events value the use of this technology and if so, are they willing ...
    • Capturing of Contemporary Dance for preservation and presentation of choreographies in Online Scores 

      Kahn, Svenja; Keil, Jens; Müller, Benedikt; Ulrich, Bockholt (The Eurographics Association, 2013)
      In this paper, we present a generic and affordable approach for an automatized and markerless capturing of movements in dance, which was developed in the Motion Bank / The Forsythe Company project (www.motionbank.org). ...
    • Carousel Rides - New Tools for Navigation in Intangible Cultural Heritage 

      Artese, Maria Teresa; Gagliardi, Isabella (IEEE, 2015)
      The creation of new tools to navigate the intangible cultural heritage data goes through the analysis of available data and their integration with new information that can be obtained either automatically, developing ...
    • A case study of a virtual audience in a reconstruction of an ancient Roman odeon in Aphrodisias 

      Ciechomski, Pablo de Heras; Ulicny, Branislav; Cetre, Rachel; Thalmann, Daniel (The Eurographics Association, 2004)
      The benefits of including virtual humans into cultural heritage reconstructions are twofold: the realism of architectural models is increased by populating them; and, as well, it allows to preserve the intangible heritage ...
    • The Cathedral of Palermo: from survey to historic interpretation 

      Agnello, Fabrizio (The Eurographics Association, 2013)
      The Norman kings built the Cathedral of Palermo at the end of the XII century, in the same place where an older Christian church and then a mosque were sited. Many features of the Cathedral echo the Norman churches in ...
    • Cellars of Paris, under the cobbles, cellars! 

      Sandron, Dany; Chaumet, Gregory (The Eurographics Association, 2013)
      This project of systematic investigation of Parisian cellars is by nature pluri-disciplinary. It relies on the complementary skills of historians, architectural historians, archaeologists, architects and engineers. For ...
    • Ceramics and 3D Technology: A Medieval Assemblage from Nemea, Greece 

      Athanassopoulos, Effie; Shelton, Kim (IEEE, 2015)
      This work in progress reports on the application of 3D laser scanning to the study of medieval pottery from the excavations of the Sanctuary of Zeus at Nemea, Greece. As 3D modeling methods continue to improve, they offer ...
    • Characterization of European Lacquers by terahertz (THz) reflectometric imaging 

      Dandolo, Corinna Ludovica Koch; Jepsen, Peter Uhd (The Eurographics Association, 2013)
      In this study a European lacquerware replica has been investigated by terahertz (THz) reflectometric imaging. The inspected lacquerware is a wooden panel covered by multiple complex layers of lacquers and plaster. Utilizing ...
    • CHER-ish: A Sketch- and Image-based System for 3D Representation and Documentation of Cultural Heritage Sites 

      Rudakova, Victoria; Lin, Nathan; Trayan, Natallia; Sezgin, Tevfik Metin; Dorsey, Julie; Rushmeier, Holly (The Eurographics Association, 2017)
      We present a work-in-progress report on a sketch- and image-based software called ''CHER-ish'' designed to help make sense of the cultural heritage data associated with sites within 3D space. The software is based on the ...
    • CHER-Ob: A Tool for Shared Analysis in Cultural Heritage 

      Shi, Weiqi; Kotoula, Eleni; Akoglu, Kiraz; Yang, Ying; Rushmeier, Holly (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
      The study of cultural heritage involves many different activities, including digital data visualization, information analysis and sharing results. Current technologies focus on providing better tools for data representation ...
    • The Chimu Offerings - Integration of Applied Science and New Media in the Preservation and Dissemination of Prehispanic Heritage 

      Vilca, Cecilia; Castillo, Luis Enrique; Velasquez, Gladys Ocharan; Sarmento, Marco (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. ...
    • CIDOC-CRM Spider: Stonehenge as an Example of Semantic Data Integration 

      Sugimoto, Go; Felicetti, Achille; Perlingieri, Cinzia; Hermon, Sorin (The Eurographics Association, 2007)
      Since archaeology in particular and humanities in general are interdisciplinary disciplines, there is an imperious need to enhance the accessibility and harmonise data integration, given their varied resource types (books, ...
    • Co-registration of Photogrammetric and Laser Scanner Data for Generation of 3D Visual Models 

      Al-Manasir, Khalil; Fraser, Clive S. (The Eurographics Association, 2006)
      Nowadays, most terrestrial laser scanner (TLS) systems provide the facility of mounting a digital camera on the laser scanner. This not only facilitates a means to generate better quality photorealistically textured 3D ...
    • Color and Hyperspectral Image Segmentation for Historical Documents 

      Ciortan, Irina Mihaela; Deborah, Hilda; George, Sony; Hardeberg, Jon Yngve (IEEE, 2015)
      Several historical documents from the collection of the National Library of Oslo were acquired using a hyperspectral scanner. While each of the documents has its specific characteristics, requiring different image preprocessing ...
    • Color Enhancement for Rapid Prototyping 

      Cignoni, Paolo; Gobbetti, Enrico; Pintus, Ruggero; Scopigno, Roberto (The Eurographics Association, 2008)
      We propose to exploit the color capabilities of recent rapid prototyping hardware devices to enhance the visual appearance of reproduced objects. In particular, by carefully pre-computing surface shading, we are able to ...
    • Color Restoration of Scanned Archaeological Artifacts with Repetitive Patterns 

      Gilad-Glickman, Danit; Shimshoni, Ilan (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
      Our work addresses the problem of virtually restoring archaeological artifacts. Virtual restoration is the process of creating a noise-free model of a degraded object, to visualize its original appearance. Our work focuses ...
    • Combining Laser Scanning and Photogrammetry - A Hybrid Approach for Heritage Documentation 

      Haala, Norbert; Alshawabkeh, Yahya (The Eurographics Association, 2006)
      High quality 3D models of cultural heritage sites can be generated efficiently by laser scanning, which allows the accurate and dense measurement of surface geometry. In addition to the geometric data collection, texture ...
    • Comparing 3D digitising technologies: where are the differences? 

      Mathys, Aurore; Brecko, Jonathan; Semal, Patrick (The Eurographics Association, 2013)
      We tested five 3D digitization systems and one method of 2D+ recording on one object: a human skull from the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences collection (RBINS). We chose a skull because it has both simple and ...
    • A Comparison of Digital Modelling Techniques Analyzing a Section of Qhapaq Ñan 

      Retamozo, Saúl; Zvietcovich, Fernando; Arce, Diego; Quintana, Matias; Angeles, Sergio; Castañeda, Benjamin; Aguilar, Rafael (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. ...