(University of Genoa, Genoa, Italy)

Keywords: App, Laser Scanner, Florence, Web, Convent

The technological solutions, made available today, offer opportunities of great interest for the detection in the field of cultural heritage; instrumentation for the survey and advanced multimedia representations for objects of archaeological, artistic, architectural.
These processes have led, especially in recent years, researchers of different scientific disciplines studied the matter, dissolving the problems and identifying possible solutions created by the growing need to create new relationships and new systems for the exchange of information, in addition to a technology that can overlay multiple data together.
The project involves the construction of a web platform for the display and of archaeological data emerged in pluri-stratificated contexts within historical cities.
The case study presented is the Benedictine nunnery of S. Orsola, founded in 1309 and modified and enlarged over the centuries. The investigation of the church, carried out between 2011 and 2012, led to the identification of several building phases, whose chronology is assured by the finding of many artifacts, like pottery and coins.
The project involved the creation of a container structured as a web site, in which we can place records collected and processed including sketches, photographs and 3d-dimensional. Furthermore, the study involves the creation of an app to use and navigate 3D models with smartphone and tablets.