Reality-based 3D documentation of natural and cultural heritage sites—techniques, problems, and examples

@article{Remondino2010Realitybased3D,
  title={Reality-based 3D documentation of natural and cultural heritage sites—techniques, problems, and examples},
  author={Fabio Remondino and Alessandro Rizzi},
  journal={Applied Geomatics},
  year={2010},
  volume={2},
  pages={85-100}
}
The importance of cultural and natural heritage documentation is well recognized at international level, and there is an increasing pressure to document and preserve heritage also digitally. The continuous development of new sensors, data capture methodologies, and multi-resolution 3D representations and the improvement of existing ones can contribute significantly to the 3D documentation, conservation, and digital presentation of heritages and to the growth of the research in this field. The… 

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