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EuroMed2020 Digital Heritage Conference

« The 8th biannual European-Mediterranean (EUROMED) conference is co-organised by the UNESCO and the EU ERA Chairs on Digital Cultural Heritage. It brings together multidisciplinary researchers, policy makers, professionals, fellows, practitioners and stakeholders to explore some of the more pressing issues concerning Cultural Heritage today. In particular, the main goal of the conference is to focus on interdisciplinary and multi-disciplinary research on tangible and intangible Cultural Heritage, using cutting edge technologies for the protection, restoration, preservation, massive digitisation, documentation and presentation of the Cultural Heritage contents…. »

 

ACQUISITIONS IN-SITU ET EXPLOITATIONS DES RELEVÉS 3D PRÉ ET POST INCENDIE DE NOTRE-DAME DE PARIS

« La restitution virtuelle des charpentes se concentre sur deux volets.
Tout d’abord, une collecte et étude minutieuse des ressources documentaires disponibles (articles, relevés topographiques et manuels, dessins, photographies, nuages de points, …) sur l’état avant incendie qui permet de conduire une restitution virtuelle des charpentes à l’échelle du détail architectonique… »

 

TOWARDS A DIGITAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL ARCHIVE: THE CASE STUDY OF THE ARTEFACTS OF THE AREA OF FORI IMPERIALI

« The following research aims to exploit the low-cost technologies, for the survey and mapping of historical archaeology in the Roman context. The main purposes of the research is to implement a large-scale survey campaign to understand the geometry and the materiality of the artefacts examined. Three-dimensional survey from photography, allows an immediate mapping of the materiality, of the degradation and of the architectural elements characteristic of the architecture in question. From the model it is possible to obtain an image that is faithful to the reality that can be the basis for developments in many disciplines such as, for example, in the restoration project, for the material analysis and the mapping of the degradation. The applications for this type of mapping are numerous, one of those proposed in this research concerns the virtual musealisation of historical artifacts. More and more in recent years, museums are exploiting the capabilities of three-dimensional modeling software of architectural elements to interactively convey architectural elements. A methodology of work that in recent archaeological excavations is not based solely on the didactic divulgation of the history of a place, but during the excavation phase on the mapping and cataloging of uncovered finds… »

 

A BIM APPROACH FOR THE ANALYSIS OF AN ARCHAEOLOGICAL MONUMENT

« In 2010 an Italian team started new on-field investigations in the area of the Sun Temple of Niuserra, 6km south of the pyramids of Giza. The archaeological research was planned to re-examine the monument after its discovery in 1898. The work was mainly aimed at a general evaluation of the archaeological structures, still visible, in order to establish an updated plan of the temple. More than 100 scans and several 3D models by close-range photogrammetry have been acquired, processed and integrated to virtually reconstruct the archaeological area. To manage all available 3D datasets, allowing to propose new hypothesis about the monument, a BIM has been developed. Thanks to this approach different categories of environmental and technological objects have been created and analysed. The paper deals with the recent achievements, especially regarding the hierarchical conceptualisation of the architectural components. In particular, the contribution dwells on the analysis of the monument starting from the identification of a parametric library built on the semantic decomposition of the 3D replica…. »

 

Herculanum. Conception du modèle 3D de restitution et restauration virtuelle de la Casa di Nettuno ed Anfitrite, Chronique des activités archéologiques de l’Ecole Française de Rome

« The ANR VESUVIA project aims to carry out to a global analysis of the urbanism, architecture, decor and instrumentum of the roman city of Herculaneum. It mobilizes the most cutting-edge technologies in terms of analysis of both ancient décor techniques and 3-D reconstruction (with Archéovision) in order to offer the public with a renewed vision of the ancient city of Herculaneum. The project provides a 3D multi-phase reality model of some houses. It aims to produce a pionnering experience of the use of digital toolkits in archeological research. In this paper, we present the work done on the digitalization of the Casa di Nettuno ed Anfitrite… »

 

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[emploi] Recrutement d’un·e ingénieur·e d’études à mi-temps (Histoire de l’art médiéval & Science de l’informatique)

Annonce  « Dans le cadre du projet de recherche e.thesaurus : L’orfèvrerie médiévale à l’épreuve de la modélisation numérique : Valorisation d’oeuvres septentrionales et leur exploitation
scientifique pour la création d’un e-corpus, financé par la Région Hauts-de-France (Projet
CPER-MAuVE, Médiation visuelle, culture numérique et création), nous recrutons :
Un·e ingénieur·e d’études à mi-temps, spécialisé·e en histoire de l’art, avec des
connaissances approfondies en science de l’informatique… »

Acquisition, Modélisation, Préservation, Usages, … des données 3D​: les challenges du Consortium 3D SHS

 « Le Consortium 3D SHS, labellisé en 2014 puis en 2018 par la TGIR Huma-Num, a pour vocation de fédérer les initiatives foisonnantes autour de la 3D pour les Sciences Humaines et Sociales pour définir des standards et des recommandations d’usage ainsi que pour mettre en place des outils répondants aux besoins des chercheurs… »

Le Conservatoire National des Données 3D SHS

« Que faire, que FAIR de ses données une fois un projet terminé ? Comment assurer leur pérennisation ? Désormais le chercheur en SHS qui produit au sein de son projet de recherche un résultat en 3D dispose d’un outil pour le stocker de manière pérenne dans l’esprit de la Science Ouverte. Cet outil est le Conservatoire National des Données 3D SHS…. »