3D RECONSTRUCTION-REVERSE ENGINEERING- DIGITAL FABRICATION OF THE EGYPTIAN PALERMO STONE USING BY SMARTPHONE AND LIGHT STRUCTURED SCANNER

Francesco Di Paola, Laura Inzerillo, Laura Inzerillo, Francesco Di Paola

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Abstract

This paper presents a pipeline that has been developed to acquire a shape with particular features both under the geometric and radiometric aspects. In fact, the challenge was to build a 3D model of the black Stone of Palermo, where the oldest Egyptian history was printed with the use of hieroglyphs. The dark colour of the material and the superficiality of the hieroglyphs' groove have made the acquisition process very complex to the point of having to experiment with a pipeline that allows the structured light scanner not to lose the homologous points in the 3D alignment phase. For the texture reconstruction we used a last generation smartphone.
LinguaEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2018

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reverse engineering
scanners
rocks
fabrication
grooves
acquisition
textures
alignment
histories
color

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Information Systems
  • Geography, Planning and Development

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