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Easy Access to Huge 3D Models of Works of Art

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Easy Access to Huge 3D Models of Works of Art
Automatic shape acquisition technologies evolved rapidly in recent years, and huge mass of 3D data can be easily produced. The high accuracy of range scanning technology makes the Cultural Heritage domain one of the ideal fields of use of these devices. Given this particular application domain, two issues arise: how to visualize at interactive rates these complex data on commodity computers (both locally and on web), and how to improve the ease of use of the visualization tools (as potential users are often not expert with interactive graphics). We present a new visualization system designed to support easy implementation of multimedia kiosk for museums or expositions, which has also been extended to web-based usage. The system allows naive users to inspect a large complex 3D model at interactive frame rates on off-the-shelf PC's, presenting the 3D model and all the multimedia data that has been linked to selected points of its surface. A main goal in the design of the system was...
Marco Callieri, Federico Ponchio, Paolo Cignoni, R
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where EGITALY
Authors Marco Callieri, Federico Ponchio, Paolo Cignoni, Roberto Scopigno
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