Computer: Volume 44 Issue 7, July 2011
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society Press
Digital technologies are transforming the way cultural heritage researchers, archaeologists, and curators work by providing new ways to collaborate, record excavations, and restore artifacts. The first Web extra is a video that highlights the Cenobium project, a pioneering Web system for presenting medieval cloisters and sculptures. The second video presents ...
3D visualization, Computational archaeology, Computational archaeology, 3D visualization
Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage (JOCCH): Volume 3 Issue 4, April 2011
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The dichotomy between full detail representation and the efficient management of data digitization is still a big issue in the context of the acquisition and visualization of 3D objects, especially in the field of the cultural heritage. Modern scanning devices enable very detailed geometry to be acquired, but it is ...
Scanning, immersive environments, multiresolution visualization, out-of-core data management, geometry acquisition and processing