From a conservationist ’ s point of view

  title={From a conservationist ’ s point of view},
  author={Kris Nuyts and Jean-Pierre Kruth and Bert Lauwers and Herman Neuckermans and Marc Pollefeys and Li Qiongyan and Joris Schouteden and Pierre Smars and Koen Van Balen and Luc Van Gool and Maarten Vergauwen},
Although more and more computer-aided technologies are utilised or demonstrated on well-known monuments or archaeological sites, there is at least for the professionals working in the field still some lack of clarity about their application. The main idea of our research project is to construct a prototype of a tool that tries to bring new technologies closer to the daily practice. It incorporates recent developments in computer vision and reverse engineering, while at the same time tries to… CONTINUE READING


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