DIGITAL SURVEYS AND 3D RECONSTRUCTIONS FOR AUGMENTED ACCESSIBILITY OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL HERITAGE

Campi, M.; di Luggo, A.; Palomba, D.; Palomba, R.

This paper presents part of the results of a larger research project that focused on the surveying and documenting of Roman theatres and amphitheatres in the Campania region as well as the testing of a virtual fruition system for the digital reconstruction of a case study: the Roman theatre of Benevento. The work was carried out by the research group at the Interdepartmental Urban/Eco Research Centre of the University of Naples Federico II in collaboration with Spinvector, a company specialized in ICT – Information and Communication Technology – which lead to the defining of a fruition system of Cultural Heritage applied to archaeological heritage.The project included 3D digital surveys of the study samples carried out using reality-based techniques, which allowed for the acquisition of metric, morphological, geometric and colorimetric data. This made it possible to elaborate three-dimensional models, based on the current configuration of the places as well as of the possible original reconfigurations.

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Campi, M. / di Luggo, A. / Palomba, D. / et al: DIGITAL SURVEYS AND 3D RECONSTRUCTIONS FOR AUGMENTED ACCESSIBILITY OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL HERITAGE. 2019. Copernicus Publications.

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