Digital Memory and Integrated Data Capturing: Innovations for an Inclusive Cultural Heritage in Europe Through 3D Semantic Modelling
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Starting from different applications in 3D integrated laser scanner survey of heritage buildings and sites, this chapter will illustrate advanced procedures in 3D surveying and modelling of complex buildings, focusing on the ongoing European project “INCEPTION—Inclusive Cultural Heritage in Europe through 3D semantic modelling”, funded by the EC within the Programme Horizon 2020. The project methodology proposes the enhancement of efficiency in 3D data capturing methodologies, procedures and devices beyond current standards, especially as regards their suitability and aptitude for tangible cultural assets, characterized by nonconventional features, locations and geometries. Within the overall documentation process, the semantic enrichment of 3D models will enable an inclusive approach for accessing and understanding European cultural heritage through digital documentation.
KeywordsIntegrated data capturing Digital documentation Semantic modelling 3D laser scanner survey Cultural heritage
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The research project “INCEPTION—Inclusive Cultural Heritage in Europe through 3D semantic modelling” has received funding from the European Union’s H2020 Framework Programme for research and innovation under grant agreement no. 665220.
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