Hand Held 3D Scanning for Cultural Heritage: Experimenting Low Cost Structure Sensor Scan.

Allegra D; Gallo G; Inzerillo L; Lombardo M; Milotta F.L.M; Santagati C; Stanco F

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In the last years 3D scanning has become an important resource in many fields, in particular it has played a key role in study and preservation of Cultural Heritage. Moreover today, thanks to the miniaturization of electronic components, it has been possible produce a new category of 3D scanners, also known as handheld scanners. Handheld scanners combine a relatively low cost with the advantage of the portability. The aim of this chapter is two-fold: first, a survey about the most recent 3D handheld scanners is presented. As second, a study about the possibility to employ the handheld scanners in the field of Cultural Heritage is conducted. In this investigation, a doorway of the Benedictine Monastery of Catania, has been used as study case for a comparison between stationary Time of Flight scanner, photogrammetry-based 3D reconstruction and handheld scanning. The study is completed by an evaluation of the meshes quality obtained with the three different kinds of technology and a 3D modeling reproduction of the case-study doorway.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Titolo della pubblicazione ospiteHand Held 3D Scanning for Cultural Heritage: Experimenting Low Cost Structure Sensor Scan
Pagine475-499
Numero di pagine25
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2017

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Allegra D; Gallo G; Inzerillo L; Lombardo M; Milotta F.L.M; Santagati C; Stanco F (2017). Hand Held 3D Scanning for Cultural Heritage: Experimenting Low Cost Structure Sensor Scan. In Hand Held 3D Scanning for Cultural Heritage: Experimenting Low Cost Structure Sensor Scan (pagg. 475-499)

Hand Held 3D Scanning for Cultural Heritage: Experimenting Low Cost Structure Sensor Scan. / Allegra D; Gallo G; Inzerillo L; Lombardo M; Milotta F.L.M; Santagati C; Stanco F.

Hand Held 3D Scanning for Cultural Heritage: Experimenting Low Cost Structure Sensor Scan. 2017. pag. 475-499.

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Allegra D; Gallo G; Inzerillo L; Lombardo M; Milotta F.L.M; Santagati C; Stanco F 2017, Hand Held 3D Scanning for Cultural Heritage: Experimenting Low Cost Structure Sensor Scan. in Hand Held 3D Scanning for Cultural Heritage: Experimenting Low Cost Structure Sensor Scan. pagg. 475-499.
Allegra D; Gallo G; Inzerillo L; Lombardo M; Milotta F.L.M; Santagati C; Stanco F. Hand Held 3D Scanning for Cultural Heritage: Experimenting Low Cost Structure Sensor Scan. In Hand Held 3D Scanning for Cultural Heritage: Experimenting Low Cost Structure Sensor Scan. 2017. pag. 475-499
Allegra D; Gallo G; Inzerillo L; Lombardo M; Milotta F.L.M; Santagati C; Stanco F. / Hand Held 3D Scanning for Cultural Heritage: Experimenting Low Cost Structure Sensor Scan. Hand Held 3D Scanning for Cultural Heritage: Experimenting Low Cost Structure Sensor Scan. 2017. pagg. 475-499
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