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3D as Innovation in Cultural Heritage

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Presentation at the Belgian CARARE workshop (see http://carare.eu/ ) in Brussels on Jan 25, 2013 concerning the use of 3D in cultural heritage

Presentation at the Belgian CARARE workshop (see http://carare.eu/ ) in Brussels on Jan 25, 2013 concerning the use of 3D in cultural heritage

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  • 1. 3D as an aspect of innovation in cultural heritageDaniel Pletinckx - Visual Dimension bvba Ename, Belgium
  • 2. Daniel Pletinckx-  civil engineer ICT (1984)-  14 years in industry (2D & 3D image creation, GIS, QA)-  ICT consultant for Ename 974 project (1997)-  co-founder of Ename Center (1998 - 2006)-  specialised in digital heritage-  founder & Integration Coordinator of EPOCH (2004-2008)-  Tartessos Award for Virtual Archaeology (Sevilla, 2009)-  3D coordinator CARARE (2010-2013)-  Exploitation & Dissemination V-MusT.net (2011-2014)-  3D publication 3D-ICONS (2012-2015)
  • 3. Visual Dimension bvba-  founded in 2003-  active in architecture and cultural heritage-  3D (digitisation, digital reconstruction & restoration)-  interactive storytelling systems (TimeScope/TimeFrame)-  coordination & training-  offices in Ename, Belgium
  • 4. Overview-  3D today and in CH-  3D for research-  3D for digital restoration-  3D for physical restoration-  3D for documentation-  3D as educational resource-  3D as communication tool-  3D in Europeana-  CARARE
  • 5. 3D is hot…-  3D is prominently present -  Film -  Advertising -  3D printing -  YouTube -  Autostereoscopic screens
  • 6. More 3D tools than ever before…-  3D from images-  3D software (e.g. Blender)-  Games-  3D user interfaces-  3D printing
  • 7. Better 3D visualisation than ever before… Ename abbey and village in 1065
  • 8. But still little integration of 3D in CH-  “3D only produces nice pictures”-  “These 3D modelers just take some buildings and put them there”-  “3D can never show how a real object is”-  “We never have learned in university how to create or use 3D”
  • 9. 3D for research - Etruscanning-  Regolini-Galassi tomb-  Checking hypotheses -  Feasibility -  Correspondence with finds/data-  Communication between experts -  Multidisciplinary research -  Distributed teams-  Blog as research tool http://regolinigalassi.wordpress.com/
  • 10. 3D for research - Etruscanning Virtual reconstruction Regolini-Galassi tomb with dummy objects
  • 11. 3D for research - Etruscanning Virtual reconstruction Regolini-Galassi tomb – real time VR
  • 12. 3D for research - Etruscanning Bronze discs with unknown function – Regolini-Galassi tomb
  • 13. 3D for research - Etruscanning Different hypotheses on the nature of the bronze discs (RG tomb)
  • 14. 3D for research – La tomba del principe sabino http://www.principisabini.it/
  • 15. 3D for research – La tomba del principe sabino
  • 16. 3D for research - Etruscanning Monte Michele tomb 5 – Villa Giulia
  • 17. 3D for research - Etruscanning Monte Michele tomb 5 – Villa Giulia
  • 18. 3D for digital restoration - Etruscanning Patera from Regolini-Galassi tomb, Museo Gregoriano Etrusco, Vatican
  • 19. 3D for digital restoration - Etruscanning Patera from Regolini-Galassi tomb, Grifi, 1841
  • 20. 3D for digital restoration - Etruscanning Patera from Regolini-Galassi tomb, L. Di Blasi, 1999
  • 21. 3D for digital restoration - Etruscanning Patera from Regolini-Galassi tomb, digital restoration, 2011
  • 22. 3D for digital restoration - Etruscanning Patera from Regolini-Galassi tomb, digital restoration, depth map, 2011
  • 23. 3D for digital restoration - Etruscanning Patera from Regolini-Galassi tomb, digital restoration, render test, 2011
  • 24. 3D for digital restoration - Etruscanning Bronze disks from Regolini-Galassi tomb, original objects, 2012
  • 25. 3D for digital restoration - Etruscanning Bronze disks from Regolini-Galassi tomb, digital restoration, 2012
  • 26. 3D for digital restoration - Etruscanning Regolini-Galassi tomb, digital restoration, 2012
  • 27. 3D for digital restoration - Etruscanning Regolini-Galassi tomb, digital restoration, 2012
  • 28. 3D to prepare physical restorationRamses II colossus, Thebe, INSIGHT
  • 29. 3D to prepare physical restoration Nymphaeum, Sagalassos, Turkey
  • 30. 3D to prepare physical restoration Nymphaeum, Sagalassos, Turkey
  • 31. 3D to prepare physical restoration Nymphaeum, Sagalassos, Turkey
  • 32. 3D to prepare physical restoration Nymphaeum, Sagalassos, Turkey
  • 33. 3D to prepare physical restoration Nymphaeum, Sagalassos, Turkey
  • 34. 3D as documentation Hal Saflieni Hypogeum
  • 35. 3D as documentation Hal Saflieni Hypogeum
  • 36. 3D as documentation Hal Saflieni Hypogeum
  • 37. 3D as documentation Hal Saflieni Hypogeum
  • 38. 3D as documentation Hal Saflieni Hypogeum Interior middle level with current walkways
  • 39. 3D as educational resource-  Rich objects -  Text -  Images/panoramas/video -  3D windows -  Links (within doc, other doc, URLs)-  Exploration-  Relationships-  Understanding (virtual reconstruction vs. remains)-  Example: Abbey of Saint-John, Biograd
  • 40. 3D as communication tool: visual reference-  IPO study (1990s) -  2 people out of 3 have historical horizon limited to grandparents -  4 people out of 5 are interested in history -  Most people have limited historical reference-  History needs to be relevant to today-  3D can provide a very cost effective visual reference of specific periods
  • 41. 3D as communication tool: visual reference
  • 42. 3D as communication tool: recontextualisation Regolini-Galassi tomb, excavated in 1836, objects in Vatican Museums
  • 43. 3D as communication tool: recontextualisation Museo Gregoriano Etrusco, Vatican Museums
  • 44. 3D as communication tool: recontextualisation Museo Gregoriano Etrusco, Vatican Museums
  • 45. Europeana 3D requirements-  Available on all major platforms-  No installation of plugins or software-  Standardised and open format-  Simple to use, accessible to all-  Resource exploration=> One solution : PDF
  • 46. Europeana 3D requirements-  Available on all major platforms: Windows, Mac, Linux-  No installation of plugins or software: 3DPDF on 89 %-  Standardised and open format: ISO 32000-1-  Simple to use, accessible to all: well known, all computers-  Resource exploration: -  URLs -  open other documents -  go to specific pages
  • 47. PDF-  3D PDF well accepted by CH partners-  Functionality well supported -  3D exploration through text links -  Free 3D exploration -  Evolution, phases -  Virtual restoration -  Structure -  Excavation vs. virtual reconstruction
  • 48. CARARE Content providers : SNS, Italy Pompei - SNS
  • 49. CARARE Content providers : SNS Pompei - SNS
  • 50. CARARE Content providers : SNS Pompei - SNS http://pompei.sns.it/
  • 51. CARARE Content providers : SNS Pompei - SNS
  • 52. CARARE Content providers : STARC, Cyprus Paphos - STARC
  • 53. CARARE Content providers : STARC Paphos - STARC http://3dpaphostheatre.cyi.ac.cy/
  • 54. CARARE Content providers : KUAS, Denmark Jelling Stones
  • 55. CARARE Content providers : KUAS Jelling Stones
  • 56. CARARE Content providers : KUAS Jelling Stones
  • 57. CARARE Content providers : CETI (Greece)Drama Xanthi Kavala
  • 58. Thank you for your attention! daniel.pletinckx@visualdimension.be skype: daniel.pletinckx www.carare.eu Etruscanning funded by