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New Interoperable Tools to Communicate Knowledge of Historic Cities and Their Preservation and Innovation

  • Andrea GiordanoEmail author
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 919)

Abstract

This research underlines the close relationship between communication, representation and sharing data; it shows also how new media gather these three features linked to cultural sites. The scientific analysis can be improved by multimedia processes starting from a correct data acquisition (archival documents, laser scans and photogrammetric surveys) and passing through the organization of information in 3D models that can be implemented by interoperable BIM platforms. The new digital opportunities make the researcher able to communicate the data through the design of apps, interactive systems for multimedia devices, web platforms and immersive reality, another important goal is the integration of the 3D models as means of analysis in conservation processes of the architectural asset.

Keywords

Transformation visualization HBIM Interoperability Multimedia devices 

Notes

Acknowledgements

The research activity presented in the paper is coordinated by Paul Jaskot (Duke University), Andrea Giordano (University of Padova), Guido Zucconi (IUAV University), founded by Caroline Bruzelius (Duke University) and Donatella Calabi (IUAV University).

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Civil, Environmental Engineering and Architecture (ICEA)Università di PadovaPaduaItaly

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