Sampled 3D models for CH applications: A viable and enabling new medium or just a technological exercise?

@article{Cignoni2008Sampled3M,
  title={Sampled 3D models for CH applications: A viable and enabling new medium or just a technological exercise?},
  author={Paolo Cignoni and R. Scopigno},
  journal={ACM Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage},
  year={2008},
  volume={1},
  pages={2:1-2:23}
}
  • Paolo Cignoni, R. Scopigno
  • Published 2008
  • Computer Science
  • ACM Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage
  • Any application of three-dimensional computer graphics in the Cultural Heritage (CH) field requires availability of a digital model of the artifact(s) treated. Detailed and accurate digital 3D models can be produced with 3D scanning devices, which allow conversion of reality into digital form in a cost and time-effective manner. We present the capabilities of this technology and the main issues which are preventing its wider use in contemporary applications, highlighting some open problems and… CONTINUE READING
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