Technologies for 3D documentation of Cultural Heritage

3D documentation is now a very helpful tool for defining, while maintaining full spatial and volumetric awareness, the technical-constructive characteristics of artifacts and documenting their degradation processes, returning the set of data collected both for the definition of the conservation intervention, and to obtain scientific content useful for achieving innovative fruition.
Today there are several easy-to-use tools that can be applied to obtain 3D documentation. They are characterized by high three-dimensional resolution of the artifact to which maps and information regarding treatments performed, degradation, and diagnostic analyses can be easily associated. The seminar developed aims to present some easy-to-use solutions available to all restorers.

Location: Via delle Tre Fontane 1, Rome

Date: January 26th, 2022 – 3 PM

3.00 – 3.25 PM: The 3D survey: state of the art – Fabio Bruno, Unical (online)
3.25 – 3.50 PM: 3D, documentation and fruition of cultural heritage – Elisa Mariarosaria Farella, Fondazione Bruno Kessler (online)
3.50 – 4.15 PM: The 3D documentation on Rhinoceros – Teresa Mascolo, Restorer
4.15 – 6.00 PM: Practical workshop on the creation of the 3D model and graphic documentation of restoration – Giorgia Salatino, YOCOCU