Photo-realistic 3-d Reconstruction of Castles with Multiple-sources Image-based Techniques

@inproceedings{Gonzo2004Photorealistic3R,
  title={Photo-realistic 3-d Reconstruction of Castles with Multiple-sources Image-based Techniques},
  author={Lorenzo Gonzo and Sabry F. El-Hakim and Michel Picard and Stefano Girardi and Emily Whiting},
  year={2004}
}
Digitally reconstructing a large and complex heritage site, particularly medieval castles, for documentation, research, and virtual reality simulation is a challenging task. Castles by design contain many lines of defense such as inner and outer rings of walls and are often located on high grounds, surrounded by water or forests. They also have protective entrances, towers, courtyards, and a mixture of large complex buildings. Although laser scanners have many advantages, they may be… CONTINUE READING

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