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Effective 3D Modeling Of Heritage Sites

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Effective 3D Modeling Of Heritage Sites
Over the past few years, remarkable increase has occurred in the demand for 3D models for cultural heritage applications. The techniques employed have evolved from surveying and CAD tools and/or traditional photogrammetry into laser scanning and more automated image-based techniques. However, selecting the most effective technique for a given project is not obvious. We will discuss each technique and point out its advantages and disadvantages. We will then present our approach, which is an integration of several technologies and is based on the experience we gained over more than a decade to accurately and completely model heritage monuments and sites. It was clear from our experience that using a single technique is not an effective approach. A highly detailed structure or site is best modeled at various levels of detail. Image-based modeling is used for the basic shape and structural elements, and highprecision laser scanning for fine details and sculpted surfaces. To present the si...
Sabry F. El-Hakim, J.-Angelo Beraldin, Michel Pica
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where 3DIM
Authors Sabry F. El-Hakim, J.-Angelo Beraldin, Michel Picard, Antonio Vettore
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