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    • The Labyrinthe of Versailles from 3D desktop to the Oculus Rift 

      Giloth, Copper; Tanant, Jonathan (IEEE, 2015)
      The app ''Labyrinth of Fables'' provides a virtual reality/augmented reality reconstruction of the longlost Labyrinthe of Versailles.
    • Large-scale Immersive Reconstitution of a Neolithic Corbel Dome 

      Gaugne, Ronan; Barreau, Jean-Baptiste; Cousseau, Florian; Gouranton, Valérie (The Eurographics Association, 2012)
      We propose a workflow of tools and procedures to reconstruct an existing archaeological site as a virtual 3D reconstitution in a large scale immersive system. This interdisciplinary endeavor, gathering archaeologists and ...
    • Laser-Scanned Tree Stem Filtering for Forest Inventories Measurements 

      Ravaglia, Joris; Bac, Alexandra; Piboule, Alexandre (The Eurographics Association, 2013)
      With specific flora and fauna, regional landscapes and forests constitute an important part of the cultural heritage. Several natural environments have already been classified as national or regional parks. The UNESCO World ...
    • Last House on the Hill: Digitally Remediating Data and Media for Preservation and Access 

      Ashley, Michael; Tringham, Ruth; Perlingieri, Cinzia (The Eurographics Association, 2009)
      The idea of embedding, interweaving, entangling and otherwise linking the data and media from archaeological excavations with their interpretation and meaningful presentation in an open access sharable platform has long ...
    • The Late Medieval Street Layout of Vienna 

      Silvestru, Claudiu (The Eurographics Association, 2013)
      The present day street layout in Vienna's historical center is a product of the construction boom in the 13th Century, being the city's most present and also unnoticed medieval heritage. At the end of the 12th Century the ...
    • Leicester Castle Tells its Story: Beacon-based Mobile Interpretation for Historic Buildings 

      Vavoula, Giasemi; Tseliou, Maria-Anna; Coleman, Sally; Ffoster-Jones, Rheinallt; Long, Paul; Simpson, Esther (IEEE, 2015)
      This paper presents work-in-progress on the design and integration of Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) beacon-based mobile interpretation in historic buildings, and the ways in which it can impact the visitor experience. The ...
    • Lens Calibration for Focus Shift Correction in Close-Range Multispectral Imaging 

      Brenner, Simon; Sablatnig, Robert (The Eurographics Association, 2019)
      Multispectral imaging has become a popular tool to reveal properties and structures in cultural heritage objects that are hidden to the human observer. One of the inherent problems of multispectral imaging applications is ...
    • LIDO and CRMdig from a 3D Cultural Heritage Documentation Perspective 

      Pitzalis, Denis; Niccolucci, Franco; Theodoriou, Maria; Doerr, Martin (The Eurographics Association, 2010)
      The most important characteristic of Digital Libraries is their flexibility in exposing content. Typically a DL provides a search interface which allows resources to be found. These resources can be local or remote, depending ...
    • A Light Carbon Crane as an Alternative Approach for Vertical Structures and Facade Surveying 

      Saleri, Renato; Lequay, Hervé; Luca, Livio De (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, ...
    • Linking 3D Digital Surface Texture Data with Ancient Manufacturing Procedures 

      Almeida, Vera Moitinho de; Barceló, Juan Antonio; Rosillo, Rafel; Palomo, Antoni (The Eurographics Association, 2013)
      Surface texture is a key parameter in archaeological materials, where its study has been central to use-wear research, as well as in the understanding of manufacturing processes. Nowadays, 3D digital surface textures can ...
    • Linking Evidence with Heritage Visualization using a large Scale Collaborative Interface 

      Bale, Kim; Abbott, Daisy; Gowigati, Ramy; Pritchard, Douglas; Chapman, Paul (The Eurographics Association, 2011)
      The virtual reconstruction of heritage sites and artefacts is a complicated task that requires researchers to gather and assess many different types of historical evidence which can vary widely in accuracy, authority, ...
    • The Lion's Gate and the Persian Wall in Byblos - Opening the Doors of Digital Representation to the Cultural Heritage of a Resilient City in Lebanon 

      Garagnani, Simone; Bravo, Luisa; Madrigal, José Manuel Pagés (IEEE, 2015)
      Byblos, modern Jbeil, is a northern Lebanese city considered as one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities since Neolithic times, designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1984. Thus, the archaeological area, ...
    • Little Manila: A Digital Recreation 

      Salyers, Joshua; Cliburn, Daniel; Sparks, Edith; Culilap, Jamie Lynn; Kuo, Sarah; Sabbatino, Kyle; Sanchez, Ronnie; Thomasson, Danielle; Tvergyak, Hannah (The Eurographics Association, 2017)
      Little Manila was once a vibrant Filipino community in Stockton, California, decimated by a freeway construction project that began in the 1960s and took nearly three decades to complete. This paper describes our initial ...
    • Living Heritage A living lab for digital content production focused on cultural heritage. 

      Felice, Giuliano De (The Eurographics Association, 2013)
      Only linking the most advanced technical solutions with creativity and innovative languages it is possible to realize communication products and strategies that can respect and boost the expressive potential of archaeology, ...
    • Living the Oppidum Vivir en el Opida 

      Azpitarte, Magoga Piñas; bruno, Cesar San; Montenegro, Luis de la Barrera; Martinez, Alberto; Zamora, Jorge Alcala; Ballesteros, Santiago Alfaro; Egea, Victor Manuel; Lopez, Paula Lupiañez; Sobre, Sopa de (IEEE, 2015)
      A computer applications that adapts graphics contents of the Spanish National Museum of Archeology to the Samsung virtual reality system, the Gear Vr provide you an innovative and different vision of our history,thanks to ...
    • A Location-Based Augmented Reality System for the Spatial Interaction with Historical Datasets 

      Pacheco, Daniel; Wierenga, Sytse; Omedas, Pedro; Knoch, Habbo; Billib, Stephanie; Wilbricht, Stefan; Verschure, Paul (IEEE, 2015)
      The key role that space and spatial organization of content play in memory has been taken very little into account in the design of human-data interaction systems. Here, we present a location based Augmented Reality ...
    • Location-based Mobile Applications to Experience Collective Memory 

      Linaza, Maria Teresa; Torre, Isabel; Cobos, Yolanda; Campos, Miren Koro; Peñalba, Mauro; Labandibar, A. (The Eurographics Association, 2009)
      Mobile learning technologies can provide an important added-value to cultural tourism by supporting visitors in their direct field experience. Providing engaging experiences is a key factor to the success of educational ...
    • Lossless Compression of Multi-View Cultural Heritage Image Data 

      von Buelow, Max; Guthe, Stefan; Ritz, Martin; Santos, Pedro; Fellner, Dieter W. (The Eurographics Association, 2019)
      Photometric multi-view 3D geometry reconstruction and material capture are important techniques for cultural heritage digitalization. Capturing images of artifacts with high resolution and high dynamic range and the ...
    • The Lost of Myth in the Digital Age - A Study Based on Investigation of China's Guangxi Province 

      He, Huaxiang (IEEE, 2015)
      In the digital era myths may encounter three kinds of fate: first, die in silence, and second, be permanently stored in digital form or access to mass communication channels, and third, be transformed into a real resource ...
    • Low-cost mobile system for multispectral cultural heritage data acquisition 

      Blazek, Jan; Soukup, Jindrich; Tichý, Tomás; Zitova, Barbara; Hradilová, Janka; Flusser, Jan (The Eurographics Association, 2013)
      In the paper we propose an alternative approach to the multispectral data acquisition of the cultural heritage artifacts. The demonstrated solution is mobile, affordable, and consists only of commercial off-the-shelf ...