Kwang-Yun Wohn

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Virtual heritage extends its role in cultural heritage domain, and recent development of three-dimensional (3D) acquisition technologies and virtual reality (VR) is clarifying its outlook. There are many issues and factors that affect the success of virtual heritage application such as realism, immersion, sense of presence, exhibition context, or(More)
Terrestrial laser scanning has received attention as an efficient technology in the cultural heritage domain for recording the geometry of historic monuments quickly and precisely. It is important to find appropriate scanner configurations to make the scanning process efficient and to build reliable records. These configurations should satisfy required(More)
Scientific analysis of the scanned model can enhance interpretation of heritage. Visualization methods that use various rendering algorithm can reveal geometric features of the model clearly, which may not be recognized in pictures or even on the site. Thus it helps to overcome the subjectivity or restriction in first-hand interpretation. In this paper,(More)
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