Fabio Remondino

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Range imaging is a new suitable choice for measurement and modeling in many different applications. But due to the technology’s relatively new appearance on the market with a few different realizations, the knowledge of its capabilities is very low. In most applications, like robotics and measurement systems, the accuracy wanted, lies at some millimeters.(More)
In this paper the main problems and the available solutions are addressed for the generation of 3D models from terrestrial images. Close range photogrammetry has dealt for many years with manual or automatic image measurements for precise 3D modelling. Nowadays 3D scanners are also becoming a standard source for input data in many application areas, but(More)
The importance of landscape and heritage recording and documentation with optical remote sensing sensors is well recognized at international level. The continuous development of new sensors, data capture methodologies and multi-resolution 3D representations, contributes significantly to the digital 3D documentation, mapping, conservation and representation(More)
In this article developments and performance analysis of image matching for detailed surface reconstruction of heritage objects is discussed. Three dimensional image-based modeling of heritages is a very interesting topic with many possible applications. In this article we propose a multistage image-based modeling approach that requires only a limited(More)
In this paper an automated methodology is presented (i) to orient a set of close-range images captured with a calibrated camera, and (ii) to extract dense and accurate point clouds starting from the estimated orientation parameters. The whole procedure combines different algorithms and techniques in order to obtain accurate 3D reconstructions in an(More)
The article describes a multi-resolution approach developed for the 3D modeling of the entire Roman Forum in Pompeii, Italy. The archaeological area, approximately 150 x 80 m, contains more than 350 finds spread all over the Forum as well as larger mural structures of previous buildings and temples. The interdisciplinary 3D modeling work consists of a(More)
Among the plenty of works so far presented on the use of laser scanning for cultural heritage survey, it can be noted that some geometric related issues have been not yet solved for. Most effort has been spent to achieve visually pleasant 3D models, mainly for VR applications, but only a few works addressed the metric and geometric accuracy of generated 3D(More)