Dalla fotografia digitale alla fotogrammetria per i Beni Culturali Documentazione e Divulgazione

José Luis Lerma, Miriam Cabrelles, Santiago Navarro, Santiago Fabado

Abstract


La fotografia digitale è considerata un valido strumento per la documentazione del patrimonio culturale. Topografia e fotogrammetria sono necessari per ottenere risultati metrici precisi nei disegni, modellazione 2D/3D e texturing. Questo articolo descrive il processo di lavoro adottato dall'acquisizione dati alla modellazione 3D fotorealistica. Inoltre, sono documentati alcuni casi studio relativi a diversi siti. I Manager e gli esperti di comunicazione sul patrimonio culturale, dovrebbero considerare la fotogrammetria uno strumento non solo per arricchire la conoscenza, per migliorare la comprensione e fornire registrazioni scientifiche, ma anche per facilitare la diffusione delle risorse del patrimonio.


Parole chiave


beni culturali; documentazione; fotogrammetria; laser scanning; modello fotorealistico 3D

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DOI: 10.6092/issn.1828-5961/3850

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