This contribution focuses on methodologies for virtual reconstruction of cultural heritage in various contexts: from urban and environmental to architectural and archaeological setting. This study is aimed to make the virtual reconstruction as objective as possible, with a minimization of the level of uncertainty related to individual elements and based on scientific contributions from various disciplines: 3D Survey, Archaeological Restoration, Mathematics, Geographic information systems. According to this deductive method, virtual reconstruction hypotheses are the result of a process starting with data collecting in a database and acquired from laser scanning and photogrammetry detection, followed by the study of ancient sources, from the analysis of most recent research, and finally return the original object in a 3D model consisting of geometric entities and mesh models, relative to the individual fragments. The aim of this research is threefold: to extend the knowledge of ancient structures, strongly transformed over time, through the integration of three-dimensional identification and modeling methodologies; to offer the tools for a better readability of monuments, through virtual and augmented reality systems; to deepen the learning of case studies through the creation of multimedia databases, which can be viewed and consulted by everyone.

Canciani, M., Chiappetta, F., Falcolini, C., Michelini, M., PASTOR ALTABA, M.D.P., Saccone, M., et al. (2019). A methodology for virtual reconstruction in different archeological heritage contexts.. In M.P. Piotr Kuroczyński (a cura di), Der Modelle Tugend 2.0 – Vom digitalen 3D-Datensatz zum wissenschaftlichen Informationsmodell (pp. 479-496). Heidelberg : arthistoricum.net.

A methodology for virtual reconstruction in different archeological heritage contexts.

Marco Canciani
Writing – Original Draft Preparation
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CHIAPPETTA, Federica
Writing – Original Draft Preparation
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Corrado Falcolini
Writing – Original Draft Preparation
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Manuela Michelini
Writing – Original Draft Preparation
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Maria Pastor Altaba
Writing – Original Draft Preparation
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Mauro Saccone
Writing – Original Draft Preparation
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Alice Scortecci
Writing – Original Draft Preparation
2019

Abstract

This contribution focuses on methodologies for virtual reconstruction of cultural heritage in various contexts: from urban and environmental to architectural and archaeological setting. This study is aimed to make the virtual reconstruction as objective as possible, with a minimization of the level of uncertainty related to individual elements and based on scientific contributions from various disciplines: 3D Survey, Archaeological Restoration, Mathematics, Geographic information systems. According to this deductive method, virtual reconstruction hypotheses are the result of a process starting with data collecting in a database and acquired from laser scanning and photogrammetry detection, followed by the study of ancient sources, from the analysis of most recent research, and finally return the original object in a 3D model consisting of geometric entities and mesh models, relative to the individual fragments. The aim of this research is threefold: to extend the knowledge of ancient structures, strongly transformed over time, through the integration of three-dimensional identification and modeling methodologies; to offer the tools for a better readability of monuments, through virtual and augmented reality systems; to deepen the learning of case studies through the creation of multimedia databases, which can be viewed and consulted by everyone.
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Canciani, M., Chiappetta, F., Falcolini, C., Michelini, M., PASTOR ALTABA, M.D.P., Saccone, M., et al. (2019). A methodology for virtual reconstruction in different archeological heritage contexts.. In M.P. Piotr Kuroczyński (a cura di), Der Modelle Tugend 2.0 – Vom digitalen 3D-Datensatz zum wissenschaftlichen Informationsmodell (pp. 479-496). Heidelberg : arthistoricum.net.
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