Int. Arch. Photogramm. Remote Sens. Spatial Inf. Sci., XL-5/W2, 213-218, 2013
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19 Jul 2013
E. D'Annibale, A. N. Tassetti, and E. S. Malinverni DICEA, Civil Engineering Faculty, Università Politecnica delle Marche, 60131 Ancona, Italy
Keywords: Panoramic Photos, VR tool, Spherical Photogrammetry, Structure from Motion, Image-based Modeling, CAVE Abstract. The research aims to optimize a workflow of architecture documentation: starting from panoramic photos, tackling available instruments and technologies to propose an integrated, quick and low-cost solution of Virtual Architecture. The broader research background shows how to use spherical panoramic images for the architectural metric survey. The input data (oriented panoramic photos), the level of reliability and Image-based Modeling methods constitute an integrated and flexible 3D reconstruction approach: from the professional survey of cultural heritage to its communication in virtual museum. The proposed work results from the integration and implementation of different techniques (Multi-Image Spherical Photogrammetry, Structure from Motion, Imagebased Modeling) with the aim to achieve high metric accuracy and photorealistic performance. Different documentation chances are possible within the proposed workflow: from the virtual navigation of spherical panoramas to complex solutions of simulation and virtual reconstruction. VR tools make for the integration of different technologies and the development of new solutions for virtual navigation. Image-based Modeling techniques allow 3D model reconstruction with photo realistic and high-resolution texture. High resolution of panoramic photo and algorithms of panorama orientation and photogrammetric restitution vouch high accuracy and high-resolution texture. Automated techniques and their following integration are subject of this research. Data, advisably processed and integrated, provide different levels of analysis and virtual reconstruction joining the photogrammetric accuracy to the photorealistic performance of the shaped surfaces. Lastly, a new solution of virtual navigation is tested. Inside the same environment, it proposes the chance to interact with high resolution oriented spherical panorama and 3D reconstructed model at once.
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Citation: D'Annibale, E., Tassetti, A. N., and Malinverni, E. S.: FROM PANORAMIC PHOTOS TO A LOW-COST PHOTOGRAMMETRIC WORKFLOW FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE 3D DOCUMENTATION, Int. Arch. Photogramm. Remote Sens. Spatial Inf. Sci., XL-5/W2, 213-218,, 2013.

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