Fast On-Site Reconstruction and Visualization of Archaeological Finds

Konrad Schindler, Markus Grabner, Franz Leberl

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Abstract

We report on a study carried out within the 3D MURALE project, in which the complete workflow necessary for automaticrecording, reconstruction and interactive visualization of artefacts on archaeological excavation sites has been tested. Withstate-of-the-art technologies from digital photogrammetry, computer vision and computer graphics a prototypical pipelinefor recording, 3D modeling and visualization of archaeological artefacts has been implemented and tried out on site onthe excavation of Sagalassos (Turkey). The purpose of the presented work was to test the complete pipe-line in a realarchaeologic environment and assess its usability.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationNew perspectives to save cultural heritage
Place of PublicationIstanbul
PublisherICOMOS & ISPRS Committee for Documentation of Cultural Heritage
PagesCD-CD
ISBN (Print)975-561-245-9
Publication statusPublished - 2003
EventXIX CIPA Symposium 2003 - Antalya, Turkey
Duration: 30 Sep 20034 Oct 2003

Conference

ConferenceXIX CIPA Symposium 2003
CountryTurkey
CityAntalya
Period30/09/034/10/03

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Schindler, K., Grabner, M., & Leberl, F. (2003). Fast On-Site Reconstruction and Visualization of Archaeological Finds. In New perspectives to save cultural heritage (pp. CD-CD). Istanbul: ICOMOS & ISPRS Committee for Documentation of Cultural Heritage.

Fast On-Site Reconstruction and Visualization of Archaeological Finds. / Schindler, Konrad; Grabner, Markus; Leberl, Franz.

New perspectives to save cultural heritage. Istanbul : ICOMOS & ISPRS Committee for Documentation of Cultural Heritage, 2003. p. CD-CD.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contributionResearchpeer-review

Schindler, K, Grabner, M & Leberl, F 2003, Fast On-Site Reconstruction and Visualization of Archaeological Finds. in New perspectives to save cultural heritage. ICOMOS & ISPRS Committee for Documentation of Cultural Heritage, Istanbul, pp. CD-CD, XIX CIPA Symposium 2003, Antalya, Turkey, 30/09/03.
Schindler K, Grabner M, Leberl F. Fast On-Site Reconstruction and Visualization of Archaeological Finds. In New perspectives to save cultural heritage. Istanbul: ICOMOS & ISPRS Committee for Documentation of Cultural Heritage. 2003. p. CD-CD
Schindler, Konrad ; Grabner, Markus ; Leberl, Franz. / Fast On-Site Reconstruction and Visualization of Archaeological Finds. New perspectives to save cultural heritage. Istanbul : ICOMOS & ISPRS Committee for Documentation of Cultural Heritage, 2003. pp. CD-CD
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