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AuthorsD'Eredità, A. -
TitleIl rilievo fotogrammetrico di Doclea
VolumeArcheologia e Calcolatori n. XXXI.1 - 2020
InISBN: > 978-88-9285-002-6
Pages213-230
DOIhttps://doi.org/10.19282/ac.31.1.2020.10
URLhttp://www.archcalc.cnr.it/indice/PDF31.1/10_DEredita.pdf
PublisherEdizioni All'Insegna del Giglio
SubjectVirtual Reality and 3D Modelling
SubjectSurvey and excavations
Abstract This paper deals with the practical application of photogrammetry in the study of the Roman city of Doclea in Montenegro, with particular reference to the use of Structure from Motion (SfM) techniques. Among the various research areas, archaeology of architecture and settlement archaeology make today an increasing use of photogrammetry for the in-field documentation of archaeological features. This method has an essential role in obtaining a reliable geometric survey that in turn forms the basis for the structural assessment of the architectural heritage thanks to consolidated methods such as archaeological stratigraphy and direct examination. In recent years, digital photogrammetry and the implementation of data processing technologies have made it possible to create three-dimensional models using images acquired through high-definition cameras. In addition to an accurate topographical survey, the aforementioned methods offer the opportunity to obtain a faithful representation of the real world, providing a basis for subsequent architectural and territorial studies. The use of drones equipped with cameras has proved to be particularly effective and capable of detecting large areas quickly and with good results. Due to its versatility and relative ease of use, photogrammetry could actually be deemed as an essential tool for the study and conservation of cultural heritage.
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LicenseCC BY-NC-ND 4.0 International

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