3D mosaics survey: analysis of photogrammetric/computer vision approach in a metrological context

Mauro Lo Brutto, Maria Grazia Spera

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Abstract

The goal of the paper is evaluate photogrammetric/computer vision approach in a metrological context for 3D mosaics survey. The aim of the mosaics survey is the production of a full-scale representation (scale 1:1) useful for the documentation and for the restoration processes. In order to evaluate the optimal photogrammetric/computer vision workflow in this work three different surveys have been done for three mosaics with different size and location. Two of these are stored at Regional Archaeological Museum “Antonino Salinas” in Palermo (Italy) and the other one is stored at Regional Archaeological Museum “Baglio Anselmi” in Marsala (Italy). The research has allowed to show the potentiality and the issues of photogrammetric/computer vision approach for the 3D mosaic documentation.
Original languageEnglish
Pages185-190
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - 2016

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Instrumentation
  • Civil and Structural Engineering

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