The diffusion of multirotor drones, together with Structure from Motion applications, has favoured their use in architectural survey, study and enhancement. In particular, drones allow the free navigation of the space and the observation from new points of view. The movement takes place in a 3D space, perceptively similar to the virtual one. Therefore, the tangible heritage becomes a 1:1 scale model of itself, and as such it is observed, surveyed, modelled and narrated. Similarly, point clouds and 3D models permit analogous experiences that favour interpretation and presentation processes.
|Titolo:||The gaze of the flying avatar: multirotor drones experiences for architectural heritage surveying, study and enhancement|
BRUSAPORCI, STEFANO (Corresponding)
MAIEZZA, PAMELA (Corresponding)
TATA, ALESSANDRA (Corresponding)
|Data di pubblicazione:||2020|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||4.1 Contributo in Atti di convegno|