Cristian MOISE | Iulia DANA NEGULA | Alina ORTAN | Radu FIERASCU | Irina FIERASCU | Ioana POPITIU | Constantin INEL
(University of Agronomic Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest, Romania)
Keywords: cultural heritage, 3D modelling, digital reconstruction
The necessity of preserving and capitalising the cultural and historical heritage has led the scientific community to adopt a series of complex, multidisciplinary approaches that will keep the heritage “alive” for future generations. In Romania, with the exception of nearly 30 princeps, also on the UNESCO list, where the monitoring of the authorities has been quasi-permanent, tens of thousands of edifices, monuments, sites and other objectives are in permanent danger to be destroyed or modified irreversibly.
In this context, the overall objective of component project no. 2 within the RO-CHER complex project is the development of an integrated technology for the realisation of virtual digital reconstruction products based on terrestrial laser scanning for cultural heritage objectives and 3D scanning for exhibits.
The project is not limited to 3D reconstruction of the objects / exhibits, but proposes the creation of comprehensive virtual environments in which the associated buffer areas (in the case of cultural heritage objects) or the premises / buildings where the exhibits are located shall be integrated. The project is committed to the integration of advanced terrestrial laser scanning technologies, spatial information technologies and satellite technologies for the development of comprehensive virtual environments.
This work was supported by a grant of the Romanian Ministry of Research and Innovation, CCCDI – UEFISCDI, project number PN-III-P1-1.2-PCCDI-2017-0413 / contract number 50PCCDI/2018, within PNCDI III