T.O.F. LASER SCANNER FOR THE SURVEYING OF STATUES: A TEST ON A REAL CASE
- 1Department of Civil Engineering, University of Calabria, Rende, Italy
- 2Department of Mechanical, Energy and Management Engineering, University of Calabria, Rende, Italy
- 3Department of Informatics, Modelling, Electronics and Systems Engineering, University of Calabria, Rende, Italy
Keywords: Laser scanning, Cultural Heritage, Augmented Reality, City Model, 3D Modelling, Multiresolution, Representation
Abstract. The contribution regards the surveying of two statues of famous contemporary sculptors that have been placed in the central zone of Cosenza, which has been transformed in an open air museum. To realize a 3-D representation of the museum, different methodologies have been used, based on classical surveying (total stations and GNSS), image data and range data.
The increasing performances of the new models of Time Of Flight (T.O.F.) laser scanners allow to build accurate models also for medium-size objects; on the other hand, the recent techniques of 3D modeling enable the processing of large amount of data and the effective removal of noises. Thus, if an extreme accuracy is not required, one can think to use the T.O.F. laser scanner, also for the surveying of statues. For the acquisition of the surfaces of the statues, two different types of laser scanning have been used: the Leica Scan StationC10, based on Time Of Flight, and the Minolta VIVID 300 triangulation scanner. In the paper, the comparison between the results obtained by using the different techniques is described.