INTEGRATING HETEROGENEOUS DATASETS IN HBIM OF DECORATED SURFACES

Reina Ortiz, M.; Yang, C.; Weigert, A.; Dhanda, A.; Min, A.; Gyi, M.; Su, S.; Fai, S.; Santana Quintero, M.

There are multiple conservation challenges related to decorated surfaces, the majority are intimately linked to its documentation. This paper draws on wall paintings as a representative of decorated surfaces, arguing the importance of considering its fourthdimensionality – space and time – in its conservation and documentation. To that end, we propose the use of Building Information Model (BIM) as a platform to consolidate this approach together with various documentation techniques used for the conservation and management of wall paintings. This paper exemplifies this method with a case study of Myin-pya-gu Temple in Old Bagan (Myanmar); firstly, reviewing the different techniques used to document the temple and wall painting (photography, photogrammetry, laser scanning, reflectance transformation imaging (RTI); and secondly, discussing the data integration within a BIM environment. This position proposes a transition from a two-dimensional to a four-dimensional approach in wall painting conservation, potentially opening up possibilities of documentation, monitoring, simulation, or dissemination. Ultimately, the case study of Myin-pya-gu has the objective to introduce the use of HBIM as a platform for consolidating the documentation of decorated surfaces.

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Reina Ortiz, M. / Yang, C. / Weigert, A. / et al: INTEGRATING HETEROGENEOUS DATASETS IN HBIM OF DECORATED SURFACES. 2019. Copernicus Publications.

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