Uso de sistemas basados en escáner 3D para digitalización y estudio del patrimonio arqueológico

Manuel J. González Muñoz, Antonio J. Rueda Ruiz, Rafael J. Segura Sánchez, Carlos J. Ogáyar Anguita, Antonio Esteban Hoyas, Javier Lara


3D scanners are becoming useful tools in many fields like civil engineering, heritage restoration or archaeology. Speed, accuracy and security are several key features of these systems. The data generated by a 3D scanner can be used in many ways: since a simple virtual representation to complex studies of multiple kinds. Nowadays companies like Sacyr know the advantages that these systems offer, an example was the use of a 3D scanner to carry out a virtual construction and a study of the restoration project of the Roman Bridge of Cordoba.


3D scanner; Point sets; Virtual reconstruction

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