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The 7th international symposium on virtual reality archaeology and intelligent cultural heritage

AuteurIonnadis M., Arnold D., Niccolucci F. & Mania K.(ed.)

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Jaar2006

PublicatietypeBoek

SerieVAST

Volume2006

SubtitelThe e-volution of information communication technology in cultural heritage Where hi-tech touches the past Risks and challenges for the 21st century

Pagina’s352

UitgeverEpoch Publications

PlaatsBudapest

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Exemplaar91386 ReknummerT-26-3-f

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Photogrammetric Potential of Digital Cameras in Handheld Gadgets for Digital Close Range Applications 1-6
Agapiou A. & Georgopoulos A.

Terrestrial laser scanner and high-resolution camera registration through single image-based modeling 7-14
Aguilera D.G. & Lahoz J.G.
  • Multi-sensor description, p. 8
  • Multi-sensor registration through single image-based modeling, pp. 9-12

The Alcazar of Seville in the 14th Century : An Integrated Project of Documentation, Research and Dissemination 15-22
Almagro A., Rodríguez C., González M. & Zúñiga I.
  • Modelling Methodology . Modelling in AutoCad, p. 18
  • Modelling Methodology . Creation of textures using ASRix and Adobe Photoshop, pp. 18-19
  • Modelling Methodology . Creation of images using 3DStudio, pp. 19-20
  • The use of the model: images and animations . Video editing with Adobe Premier, pp. 20-21
  • The audiovisual project "The Alcazar of Seville in the 14th Century", pp. 21-22

Inquiry into architectural heritage with motion graphics and hyper-media 23-28
As I.
  • Background . Preservation of Architectural Heritage, pp. 24-25
  • Background . Early applications of digital media, p. 25
  • Results . Architecture at Harvard Yard: Montage and Synchronization exercise, p. 26
  • Results . Narrative Development: Working with light and materiality, pp. 26-27
  • Results . Final Project: Revisioning Architectural Heritage, pp. 27-28

Close-Range Photogrammetric Measurement and 3D Modelling for Irish Medieval Architectural Studies 29-34
Behan A.

Integration of Cultural Digital Resources in Institutional Repositories and On-line Communication through Cultural Portals : a Case Study: the Project for the Pompeii Information System and its Web Application as a Sub-Portal of the Portal of... 35-42
Benedetti B. & Masci M.E.
  • Previous experience: a) The "Fortuna Visiva of Pompeii" and its Application in the BRICKS EU Project, pp. 36-37
  • Previous experience: b) The scientific and technical Project for the Portal of Italian Culture, pp. 37-40
  • The ARCUS - SAP - SNS Project for the Pompeii Information System, pp. 40-42

CHIMS: The Cultural Heritage Inventory Management System for the Maltese Islands 43-48
Buhagiar C.M., Bailey T. & Gove M.

From the Quarry to the Palette of Natural Earths: Teaching Pigment Analysis with E-learning 49-53
Cavallo G. & Botturi L.

Generation of large scale numeric cartography: the case of Ilidza-Sarajevo 54-58
Chiabrando F. & Chiabrando R.
  • Phase I . Photgrammetric flights, p. 56
  • Phase I . Data processing, p. 56
  • Phase I . Triangulation with ORIMA, pp. 56-57
  • Phase I . DEM and Orthophoto generation, p. 57
  • Phase I . Numeric cartography generation, pp. 57-58

Developing a Preservation Program for 3D Computer Graphics Cultural Content 59-64
Christodoulou V., Chaleplioglou A. & Papadakis I.
  • Organizational Profile: The 3D Graphics Department, p. 60
  • General Preservation Planning, p. 61
  • The Preservation Strategy, pp. 61-62
  • Preservation Metadata, pp. 62-63

The Use of Laser Scanning and Rapid Manufacturing Techniques for Museum Exhibitions 65-71
Cooper M.I., LaPensée A.A. & Parsons J.B.
  • Case studies . Replication of the Vedica tombstone, pp. 66-67
  • Case studies . Replication of medieval carved graffiti, p. 67
  • Case studies . Reconstruction of the skull of Leasowe Man, pp. 67-68
  • Case studies . Replication of an 18th-century marble bust of Captain Cook, pp. 68-69
  • Case studies . Digitisation of a life-sized statue of Artemis, pp. 69-70

3D Laser Scanning as a Tool for Conservation : The Experiences of the Herculaneum Conservation Project 72-78
Brizzi M., Court S., d'Andrea A., Lastra A. & Sepio D.
  • The Suburban Baths, pp. 73-74

3D Modelling for the Urban Area "Porta Napoli" 79-85
Costantino D., Rossi G., Angelini M.G. & Leserri M.

VENUS, Virtual ExploratioN of Underwater Sites 86-93
Chapman P., Conte G., Drap P., Gambogi P., Gauch F., Hanke K., Long L., Loureiro V., Papini O., Pascoal A., Richards J. & Roussel D.
  • Project Objective . Objective one: Underwater exploration best practices and procedures, p. 88
  • Project Objective . Objective Two: Underwater 3D survey merging optic and acoustic sensors, pp. 88-89
  • Project Objective . Objective Three: managing and revising archaeological knowledge, pp. 89-90
  • Project Objective . Objective four: Mixed reality modelling, p. 90
  • Project Objective . Objective five: dissemination, pp. 90-91
  • Project Objective . The case study: The Mediterranean archaeological context, pp. 91-92

How Does Hi-tech Touch the Past? Does It Meet Conservation Needs? 94-99
Eppich R. & Chabbi A.

New Tools to Assist Excavation 4D Analysis: DATARCH© Archaeological Data Mangement System and "Variable Transparency Image Stacker" : Beyond the Harris Matrix? 100-107
Fabricatore G. & Cantone F.
  • Data management systems and methodologies in archaeology, p. 101

Colour Reproduction of Digital Still Cameras : Simple Test and Affordable Solution 108-111
Fabricatore G. & Cantone F.

Computer Assisted Archaeo-Anthropology on Damaged Mummified Remains 112-118
Fantini M., De Cresenzio F., Persiani F., Benazzi S. & Gruppioni G.
  • Virtual Reconstruction of the Entire Mummy, pp. 114-115
  • Innovative Morphometric and Morphological Approach, pp. 115-116
  • Evaluation of Artificial Cranial Deformation, pp. 116-117

The Application of Interactive Multimedia Technologies for Cultural Heritage Documentation 119-123
Farrag M.
  • Legacy of Alexandria, p. 119
  • The Contributions of the Arab and Islamic Civilizations to Medical Sciences, p. 120
  • The Architectural Heritage of Down Town Cairo, pp. 120-121
  • The 3D Reconstruction and Virtual Tour of Mar Mina Archaeological Site, pp. 121-122
  • The Contribution of the Arab and Islamic Civilizations to Astronomy, p. 122
  • The Campaign of The sound and light Shows of Egypt, pp. 122-123

MAD: Managing Archaeological Data 124-131
Felicetti A.
  • XML and Databases . Native XML Databases, p. 125
  • XML and Databases . eXist, p. 125
  • The Application . The Development Process, pp. 125-126
  • The Application . Xquery and Xpath Languages, p. 126
  • The Application . Xupadate and eXist's Xquery Functions, pp. 126-127
  • The Application . Content Presentation: The Coccon Pipeline, pp. 127-128
  • The CIDOC-CRM Implementation, pp. 129-130

Cultural Heritage Engineering : Measured, Calculated and Computed Color 132-137
Genty A., Callet P., Lequement R., deContencin F.-X., Zymla A. & Bonnet B.
  • A work on painting materials . Historical context, p. 133
  • A work on painting materials . Data capture, pp. 133-134
  • A work on painting materials . The Kubelka-Munk model extended to Four-fluxes theory, pp. 134-136
  • A work on painting materials . Recorded diffuse reflectante spectra and paintings, p. 136
  • A work on painting materials . Spectral simulations, pp. 136-137

The Geometric Documentation of the Asinou Church in Cyprus 138-144
Sofocleous E., Georgopoulos A., Ioannides M. & Ioannidis C.
  • Products . Orthophotomosaics, p. 142
  • Products . The three-dimensional model, pp. 142-143
  • Monument Information System, pp. 143-144

A Proposed Low-cost System for 3D Archaeological Documentation 145-149
Patias P., Sylaiou S., Sechidis L., Spartalis I., Grussenmeyer P., Meyer E., Landes T. & Alby E.

The registration and monitoring of cultural heritage sites in the Cyprus landscape using GIS and satellite remote sensing 150-154
Hadjimitsis D.G., Themistokleous K., Ioannides M. & Clayton C.
  • Satellite Remote Sensing, pp. 150-151
  • Geographical Information Systems (GIS), pp. 151-152
  • Pilot Studies, pp. 152-153

Cooperative Annotation and Management of Digitized Cultural Heritage: Description of an Integrated and Open Software Environment (SCCM) 155-160
Harissis A., Douskos C., Koutalieris G., Generalis A. & Golemi E.
  • System Overview . SCCM Fundamental Subsystems (Digital Content Documentation Subsystem, Multilingual Scientific Annotation Subsystem, Users and User Groups Subsystem, Communication, Query and Multimedia Database Subsystem), pp. 156-157
  • System Overview . System Requirements, p. 157
  • System Overview . Archiving Content and Cooperative Annotation, p. 157
  • System Overview . Standards Compatibility, pp. 157-158
  • System Architecture and Functionalities . Presentation Layer - User Interface, p. 158
  • System Architecture and Functionalities . Application Logic, p. 158
  • System Architecture and Functionalities . Data Access Layer, p. 158
  • System Architecture and Functionalities . Web Publishing Techniques, pp. 158-159
  • Case Studies . The Averoff Museum of Neohellenic Art case study, p. 159
  • Case Studies . The Hellenic Centre for Theatrical Research - Theatre Museum Case Study, pp. 159-160

On the Integration of 3D Models into Digital Cultural Heritage Libraries 161-169
Havemann S., Settgast V., Krottmaier H. & Fellner D.
  • Motivation . Classical Metadata: Dublin Core (DC), p. 162
  • Motivation . Semantic Networks: CIDOC CRM, p. 162
  • Motivation . Processing History (PH) Documentation, p. 162
  • The ambiguous notion of 'a 3D model' . The great variety of 3D surface representations, p. 163
  • The ambiguous notion of 'a 3D model' . The variety of 3D editing and processing methods, pp. 163-164
  • The notorious issue of the right 3D file format . XML based formats: X3D, p. 165
  • The notorious issue of the right 3D file format . XML based formats: Collada, pp. 165-166
  • From Collada to OpenSG, and back again, pp. 166-168

United we conquer 170-173
Hecht R.
  • Architecture, p. 171
  • Main components of the BRICKS infrastructure . Content Management, pp. 171-172
  • Main components of the BRICKS infrastructure . Metadata Management, p. 172
  • Main components of the BRICKS infrastructure . Collections, p. 172
  • Main components of the BRICKS infrastructure . Search, pp. 172-173
  • Main components of the BRICKS infrastructure . Annotations, p. 173
  • Main components of the BRICKS infrastructure . Importer, p. 173
  • A Sample Application: Finds Identifier, p. 173

An Integrated 3D Geometric Recording of a Mycenaean Tholos Tomb 174-181
Ioannidis C., Skondras I. & Morfi E.
  • Tomb of Atreus, pp. 175-176
  • Data acquisition . Image capturing, p. 176
  • Data acquisition . Laser scanning, p. 176
  • Data processing . Photogrammetric processing, p. 177
  • Data processing . Special ortho-rectification software, pp. 177-178
  • Data processing . Laser scanner data processing, p. 178
  • Products . 2D plans, pp. 178-179
  • Products . Creation of 3D models, pp. 179-181

Enhancement of the Cultural Heritage through an Augmented Reality Based Device 182-188
Izkara J.L., Hugony C., Extremo U. & Múgica E.
  • Information Technologies for the Enhancement of the Cultural Heritage, p. 183
  • The Augmented Reality Tourist Telescope, pp. 184-188

The European (Digital) Library - Overview and Outlook 189-193
Janssen O.D.
  • The European Library, pp. 189-190
  • TEL-ME-MOR - expanding the network, pp. 190-191
  • Towards a European Digital Library - A European vision comes to life, pp. 191-192
  • The role of CENL and The European Library, p. 192
  • Strengthening the cooperation . MACS - Multilingual Access to Subjects, p. 192
  • Strengthening the cooperation . DELOS - Network of Excellence on Digital Libraries, p. 192
  • Strengthening the cooperation . MICHAEL - Multilingual Inventory of Cultural Heritage in Europe, p. 193
  • Strengthening the cooperation . MINERVA - Ministerial Network for Valorising Activities in Digitisation, p. 193
  • Strengthening the cooperation . BRICKS - Building resources for Integrated Cultural Knowledge Services, p. 193

Problems and achievements in the application of multimedia: cultural heritage and museum presentations in Hungary 194-199
Jerem E.
  • Museum applications: problems and results, pp. 195-196
  • Archaeological parks, presentation sites and visitor centres, pp. 196-198

Practical experiences in 3D scanning of fossilized remains of the Kikinda Mammoth 200-206
Jevremovic V. & Dakic P.
  • Common problems . Gaps, p. 203
  • Common problems . Unnecessary overlapping sweeps, pp. 203-204
  • Common problems . Color difference and laser glow, p. 204
  • Common problems . Laser speckle, p. 204
  • Common problems . Vibrations, pp. 204-205
  • Common problems . Building a virtual skeleton, p. 205

Combination and Comparison of Digital Photogrammetry and Terrestrial Laser Scanning for the Generation of Virtual Models in Cultural Heritage Applications 207-214
Kersten T.P.

Applications in the field of cultural heritage using "off-the-shelf" 3d laser scanning technology in novel ways 215-220
La Pensée A.A., Cooper M.I. & Parsons J.B.
  • Laser scanning of cultural artefacts, pp. 215-216
  • Why do guardians of cultural heritage consider having a 3d digital record of an object? . Documentation and monitoring - the documentation of an Anglo-Saxon cross, pp. 217-218
  • Why do guardians of cultural heritage consider having a 3d digital record of an object? . Study, research and access - a replica to help in the research and understanding of a bust of Caligula, p. 218
  • Why do guardians of cultural heritage consider having a 3d digital record of an object? . Restoration of museum objects - the replication of missing fragments of a figure of Buddha, p. 219
  • Why do guardians of cultural heritage consider having a 3d digital record of an object? . Restoration of public sculpture - the production of a bronze fairy's head, pp. 218-219
  • Why do guardians of cultural heritage consider having a 3d digital record of an object? . Revenu generation - the replication of an 18th century portrait bust, pp. 219-220

ARCHIE: Disclosing a Museum by a Socially-aware Mobile Guide 221-226
Luyten K., Van Loon H., Teunkens D., Gabriëls K., Coninx K. & Manshoven E.
  • Defining the context . The importance of social interaction, p. 222
  • The ARCHIE Mobile Guide System . Group-Based Communication, p. 223
  • The ARCHIE Mobile Guide System . Personalization and visualization, pp. 223-224
  • The ARCHIE Mobile Guide System . Localization, pp. 224-225
  • Framework Overview, p. 225

SemanticArchaeo: A Symbolic Approach of Pottery Classification 227-233
Maiza C. & Gaildrat V.

Multimedia Annotation through WebGIS and Mobile Devices: Wireless Infrastructure Project for the UNESCO Site in Cerveteri - Italy 234-238
Cinnirella A., Faralli S., Labella A., Maurelli P., Pierro M. & Rosa F.
  • The SITAC WebGIS application, p. 236
  • The multimedia annotation system, pp. 236-237

Starting the CENOBIUM Project: The cloister of Monreale (Sicily) Revealed 239-244
Baracchini C., Callieri M., Corsini M., Dellepiane M., Dercks U., Keultjes D., Montani C., Scognamiglio M., Scopigno R., Sigismondi R. & Wolf G.
  • Data acquisition and processing . High resolution digital imaging, pp. 240-241
  • Data acquisition and processing . Scanning the capitals, pp. 241-242
  • Data acquisition and processing . Integrating color on 3D geometry, p. 242
  • Data acquisition and processing . Digitizing the cloister in 3D and as a panoramic image, pp. 242-243
  • Exploring the capitals of the cloister of Monreale, p. 243

Integration issues for tools to create interactive Cultural Heritage experiences 245-250
Rodriguez-Echavarria K., Jenkins T., Moore C., Généreux M. & Arnold D.B.
  • Technology Integration Framework . Capturing semantic data for 3D CH objects, p. 247
  • Assembling the virtual environment and adding interactivity, p. 247
  • Visualisation of the 3D virtual CH environment . General purpose standards for serialised CH data exchange, p. 248
  • Visualisation of the 3D virtual CH environment . Application Specific Profiles (ASPs) for the CH application domain, p. 248
  • Visualisation of the 3D virtual CH environment . Protocols for runtime object exchange, pp. 248-249

Interactive Simulation of Ancient Technology Works 251-257
Nikolakis G., Moustakas K., Tzovaras D. & Harissis T.
  • Interaction System . APEIRO core simulation unit, p. 252
  • Interaction System . Intelligent agents, p. 252
  • Interaction System . Haptic interaction system (HIS), p. 252
  • Interaction System . Gesture recognition, pp. 252-253
  • Authoring Tool, p. 253
  • Haptic rendering, pp. 253-254
  • Scenarios . Integration scenario "The Ancient village", p. 254
  • Scenarios . Pumps, p. 254
  • Scenarios . Cranes, pp. 254-255
  • Scenarios . War machines, p. 255
  • Scenarios . Other Ancient works, p. 255

Digital Documentation of Cultural Heritage Objects using hybrid recording techniques 258-262
Boochs F., Heinz G., Huxhagen U. & Müller H.
  • Geometric and visual Documentation of the Herkules Monument in Kassel, pp. 259-260
  • Geometric and visual Documentation of the Herkules Monument in Kassel . Geodetic observations, p. 260
  • Geometric and visual Documentation of the Herkules Monument in Kassel . Stereo photogrammetry, pp. 260-261
  • Geometric and visual Documentation of the Herkules Monument in Kassel . 3D laser scanning, p. 261
  • Geometric and visual Documentation of the Herkules Monument in Kassel . Hybrid solutions, p. 261
  • The Porta Nigra / Trier, pp. 261-262

An Introduction to the London Charter 263-269
Beacham R., Denard H. & Niccolucci F.

Content-based Indexing and Retrieval of Cultural Heritage Data: an Integrated Approach to Documentation with Application to the EROS Database 270-275
Paquet E., Lahanier C., Pitzalis D., Aitken G., Peters S. & Viktor H.L.
  • General Considerations on Images . Indexing and Retrieval of Images, p. 271
  • General Considerations on Images . Indexing and Retrieval of 3D Objects, p. 272
  • General Considerations on Images . Application to the EROS Database, pp. 272-274

Modeling and Digital Fabrication of Traditional Japanese Lacquer Ware 276-279
Vilbrandt T., Vilbrandt C., Pasko G. & Pasko A.
  • Lacquer ware modeling and Web presentation, pp. 276-277
  • Lacquer ware design and digital fabrication, pp. 277-278

Digital Preservation and Promotion of the Architectural Heritage of Attica 280-283
Pechlivanidou - Liakata A., Mikrou S. & Zerefos S.C.

Close-range Laser Scanning Applied to Archaeological Artifacts Documentation : Virtual Reconstruction of an 16th Century Ceramic Pot. 284-289
Pires H., Ortiz P., Marques P. & Sanchez H.

Marketing the Past: Ethics and Values in the Archaeological Heritage Management of Greece 290-292
Anesti E. & Polyzoudi A.
  • Related social-anthropological theories . Rubbish Theory: The Creation and Destruction of Value, p. 290
  • Related social-anthropological theories . The Political Economy of the Sign, p. 290
  • Related social-anthropological theories . Distinction, p. 291
  • Cultural Marketing in the "digital market"', p. 291
  • Cultural Marketing "in action", pp. 291-292

E-Historical Site : Documenting and Protecting Sharing 3d Geodbase 293-300
Brumana R. & Prandi F.
  • E-sharing geo-info inside the risk map: an opportunity to improve cultural heritage protection policies and historical sites in residential areas, pp. 293-294
  • From geodbase to the WEB GIS e-Historical site (the Cantù sites), pp. 294-296
  • Toward 3d-structured cartographic systems to support 3d view analysis relating past to future, p. 296
  • Geographic information lack to support 3DGIS data management, pp. 296-297
  • 'Flat 3d model' towards advanced 3d model developed from 3d historical view map, pp. 297-298
  • E-sharing 3dgeo-info world wide web on Google Earth, pp. 299-300

Orthophoto production of non-developable surfaces : case study implementation for documenting an early Mycenaean kipseloides tomb in N.Ionia Volos, Hellas 301-306
Stambouloglou E., Stambouloglou E. & Frentzos E.

Quick And Accurate Digital Recording Of Archaeological Findings Using Photogrammetry And Laser Scanning 307-310
Stylianidis E. & Patias P.

Visualization of Historical City Kyoto by Applying VR and Web3D-GIS Technologies 311-317
Takase Y., Yano K., Nakaya T., Isoda Y., Kawasumi T., Matsuoka K., Tanaka S., Kawahara N., Inoue M., Tsukamoto A., Kirimura T., Kawahara D. et al.
  • Development of Techniques . Automatic generation of 3D city models, pp. 311-312
  • Development of Techniques . VR viewer, p. 312
  • Development of Techniques . Web3D-GIS system, p. 312
  • 4D-GIS of Kyoto . 3D model of Kyoto at present, pp. 313-315
  • 4D-GIS of Kyoto . 3D reconstruction of Kyoto in the past, pp. 315-317

Creative histories - the Josefsplatz experience 318-324
Tobler R.F., Maierhofer S., Karner K. & Sormann M.
  • As-Built 3D Reconstruction, pp. 318-319
  • 3D Reconstruction from Historical Data, pp. 319-320
  • Navigating Creative Histories, pp. 320-323

From Landscape to Object: The Evolution of Digital Recording for Multi-Disciplinary Investigations and Site Management at Chersonesos in Crimea, Ukraine 325-331
Trelogan J. & Eve S.
  • Project Descriptions . Mapping and Monitoring the Ancient Countryside (Landscape Scale), pp. 327-328
  • Project Descriptions . Mapping and Monitoring the Ancient City (Urban Scale), p. 328
  • Project Descriptions . Excavation (Intra-site Scale), pp. 328-329

Interactive and Real-Time Interpretation: New Boundaries for Cultural Heritage 332-335
Valinho P., Cerdeira C., Franco I. & Serras B.
  • The Virtual Sight-Seeing®: Cultural and Tourist Revolution, pp. 333-335

Analysis - reconstruction - design: case studies on ongoing projects 336-341
Vasáros Z.

The Use of 3D Reconstruction Applied to the Study and Spatial Analysis of Architectural Heritage: The Palace of the Aljafería in Zaragoza, Spain 342-349
Almagro Vidal A. & González M.
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