The wooden Crucifix of St. Peter's Basilica in Rome has been recently restored by a group coordinated by L. D'Alessandro and G. Capriotti and under the supervision of P. Zander for the Fabbrica di San Pietro. The work has involved a detailed survey with range based and image based methods for a three-dimensional model useful for virtual recomposition, measures, analysis and documentation. The study includes geometrical models, parametric curves and numerical algorithms.

Canciani, M., Falcolini, C., PASTOR ALTABA, M.D.P. (2018). Virtual recomposition and analysis 
of a surveyed model of 
the wooden crucifix of St. Peter’s Basilica. In 17th Conference on Applied Mathematics, APLIMAT 2018 (pp.173-178). Bratislava : Slovak University of Technology.

Virtual recomposition and analysis 
of a surveyed model of 
the wooden crucifix of St. Peter’s Basilica

Marco Canciani;Corrado Falcolini
;
Maria Pastor Altaba
2018

Abstract

The wooden Crucifix of St. Peter's Basilica in Rome has been recently restored by a group coordinated by L. D'Alessandro and G. Capriotti and under the supervision of P. Zander for the Fabbrica di San Pietro. The work has involved a detailed survey with range based and image based methods for a three-dimensional model useful for virtual recomposition, measures, analysis and documentation. The study includes geometrical models, parametric curves and numerical algorithms.
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Canciani, M., Falcolini, C., PASTOR ALTABA, M.D.P. (2018). Virtual recomposition and analysis 
of a surveyed model of 
the wooden crucifix of St. Peter’s Basilica. In 17th Conference on Applied Mathematics, APLIMAT 2018 (pp.173-178). Bratislava : Slovak University of Technology.
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