Valorización y difusión del patrimonio arqueológico mediante un entorno web 3D. Documentación de Santa María de Iguacel (XI d.C.) mediante láser escáner 3D.

Authors

  • Jorge Angás Pajas Universidad de Zaragoza
  • Alfredo Serreta Oliván Universidad de Zaragoza

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.4995/var.2010.4774

Keywords:

3D web server, Laser scanning 3D, Data base, Cultural heritage documentation, Spreading

Abstract

Nowadays, the introduction of the pioneer laser scanning 3D technology has turn into a revolution in the methods used and results obtained in the documentation and geometric analysis of Archaeological Heritage, through the collection and mass storage of data generated by a laser scanner. The documentation of the Cultural Heritage through the 3D laser scanning technology is a key element in the reliable representation of a monument. As well as forming an exact geometric documentary file, which is totally diachronically reproducible, it serves as a control tool for monitoring any type of change in the structure of the monument. Using a methodological approach, this work is focused on the creation of a 3D web server which will process the 3D file in a more agile way, and through html it will arrive to a wider and more diverse public.

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Author Biographies

Jorge Angás Pajas, Universidad de Zaragoza

Scanner Patrimonio e Industria, Spin-Off Universidad de Zaragoza. España

Alfredo Serreta Oliván, Universidad de Zaragoza

Departamento de Ingeniería diseño y fabricación, EPSH, Universidad de Zaragoza. España.

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Published

2010-04-11

How to Cite

Angás Pajas, J., & Serreta Oliván, A. (2010). Valorización y difusión del patrimonio arqueológico mediante un entorno web 3D. Documentación de Santa María de Iguacel (XI d.C.) mediante láser escáner 3D. Virtual Archaeology Review, 1(1), 63–67. https://doi.org/10.4995/var.2010.4774

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