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Problems when generating virtual models representing real objects: Hondarribia walls
[EN] This report shows an example of virtual modelling applied to a heritage construction, the walls of the city of Hondarribia (Gipuzkoa, Spain). Therefore, it is not a model recreating a building upon hypothetical data ...
Time transcendence, metadata and future utilization in 3D models of point clouds for heritage elements
(Ausonius éditions, 2007-11)
[EN] Heritage is not static, on the contrary, it is subject to continuous modifications and transformations which, at worst, go as far as to their complete disappearance; for this reason, information referring to heritage ...
Radiometric balance of photographic textures in virtual models and point clouds of heritage elements
(Laboratorio de Documentación Geométrica del Patrimonio (LDGP), 2007-09)
[EN] When facing the representation of heritage elements, a wide range of graphical products are at our disposal which incorporate photographic texture, such as ortophotographs, virtual models or point clouds. Photographic ...
New metric products, movies and 3D models from old stereopairs and their application to the in situ palaeontological site of Ambrona
(Sociedad Española de Paleontología, 2017)
[EN] 3D modelling tools from photographic pictures have experienced significant improvements in the last years. One of the most outstanding changes is the spread of the photogrammetric systems based on algorithms referred ...
Cycles and Trends in the Dynamics of a Leaning Tower. Eight Years of Geometric Monitoring with Surveying Techniques
(Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Escuela de Construcción Civil, 2017-04)
[EN] This paper presents the methodology and results of the geometric monitoring of a leaning tower (Santa María la Blanca church in Agoncillo, La Rioja, Spain) with surveying techniques. Throughout the period 2007-2014, ...