Aplicaciones de la digitalización 3D del patrimonio

Juan Carlos Torres, P. Cano, J. Melero, M. España, J. Moreno

Abstract

3D digitalization has become a common tool in archaeology. However, the post processing of the data produced by the scanners is still quite complex, and the computer models generated are given very few practical applications.

In this paper, we analyse the key steps involved in the processing of the point clouds. We also review some of the more usual applications for the digital models and propose a conceptual framework for the use of this models in the documentation of cultural heritage.


Keywords

3D digitizing; Heritage documentation; Laser scanner

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