The paper focuses the 3D reconstruction of buildings that were destroyed during the World War II or after urban renewal projects, by means of historic photos. Perspective restitution leads to the detection of the inner orientation of the camera and to the 3D reconstruction of a church of Santa Rosalia, destroyed in the first halph of the 20th century after the opening of a new road. Since no drawings of the church are available, the 3D reconstruction has been scaled using the size of a painting placed in one of the niches of the nave, which survived the demolition of the church and is today stored in a museum.
|Numero di pagine||10|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2018|