Computer Graphics and Cultural Heritage: From One-Way Inspiration to Symbiosis, Part 1

  • David Arnold
  • Published 2014 in IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications

Abstract

Tangible cultural heritage has provided visually appealing material for those researching in computer graphics, computational geometry, and interactive techniques. However, experiments were initially of more benefit to computer scientists as tests for their novel techniques than of any practical benefit to cultural-heritage professionals. Recently, however, tools have matured considerably, and technology is now enabling novel applications for documenting and preserving tangible cultural heritage and is continuing to inspire computer graphics researchers. Nevertheless, there's still a long way to go.

DOI: 10.1109/MCG.2014.47

Cite this paper

@article{Arnold2014ComputerGA, title={Computer Graphics and Cultural Heritage: From One-Way Inspiration to Symbiosis, Part 1}, author={David Arnold}, journal={IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications}, year={2014}, volume={34}, pages={76-86} }