RECORDING AND MODELLING OF MONUMENTS' INTERIOR SPACE USING RANGE AND OPTICAL SENSORS
- 1School Civil Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki P.O. BOX 465 GR-54124, Thessaloniki, Greece
- 2School of Rural and Surveying Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki P.O. BOX 473, GR-54124, Thessaloniki, Greece
- 3School of Rural and Surveying Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki P.O. BOX 473, GR-54124, Thessaloniki, Greece
Keywords: Photogrammetry, Cultural Heritage, Laser Scanning, Multi Sensor, 3D Modelling
Abstract. Three dimensional modelling of artefacts and building interiors is a highly active research field in our days. Several techniques are being utilized to perform such a task, spanning from traditional surveying techniques and photogrammetry to structured light scanners, laser scanners and so on. New technological advancements in both hardware and software create new recording techniques, tools and approaches. In this paper we present a new recording and modelling approach based on the SwissRanger SR4000 range camera coupled with a Canon 400D dSLR camera. The hardware component of our approach consists of a fixed base, which encloses the range and SLR cameras. The two sensors are fully calibrated and registered to each other thus we were able to produce colorized point clouds acquired from the range camera. In this paper we present the initial design and calibration of the system along with experimental data regarding the accuracy of the proposed approach. We are also providing results regarding the modelling of interior spaces and artefacts accompanied with accuracy tests from other modelling approaches based on photogrammetry and laser scanning.