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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 ...
Evaluation of the conventional surveying equipment applied to deformation analysis of heritage buildings. A case study: the bell tower of Santa María la Blanca church in Agoncillo (La Rioja, Spain)
(International Federation of Surveyors (FIG), 2008-05)
[EN] A typical feature of heritage buildings is their fragility that is displayed by means of several pathologies such as wall sloping or cracks. Although there are some model projects on monitoring, they are usually ...
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 ...
3D line drawing from point clouds using chromatic stereo and shading
(Virtual Systems and Multimedia – VSMM2008, 2008-10)
[EN] Terrestrial laser scanners (TLS) have become a common tool in geometric documentation of heritage. As output, they can produce point clouds along with thematic information such as reflectance or photographic texture. ...
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 ...