Assessment, dissemination and standardization of geometric data recording of Archaeological Heritage obtained from 3D laser scanning

Abstract : The last ten years have witnessed the introduction of 3D laser scanning technology, along with its derived digital applications, revolutionizing the conceptualization, methodology, and results obtained from the process of data recording, standardization and geometric analysis of cultural heritage. For archaeological heritage, 3D laser scanning data recording is key for the life-like representation and characterization of any site feature. Furthermore, it generates a geometric data archive, which is diachronically reproducible, enabling its use as a control instrument for any alteration in the structure.However, the lack of standards or normalized procedures, both in development and management of the three-dimensional models, has resulted in the under-use of all its resources. Therefore, the aim of this paper is to create a series of standardized procedures that may establish a logical procedure, valid for both scientific purposes and for inter-disciplinary dissemination.
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Jorge Angás Pajas, Alfredo Serreta Olivan. Assessment, dissemination and standardization of geometric data recording of Archaeological Heritage obtained from 3D laser scanning. Virtual retrospect 2009, Robert Vergnieux, Nov 2009, Pessac, France. pp.187-193. ⟨halshs-01864984⟩

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