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PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
PreserVenice: Preserving Venetian Material Culture
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  • www.derm.qld.gov.au/museum/glossary.html -->definition -be sure to distinguish between monumental and vernacular- define more -monumental: churches, palaces -vernacular: falling by the wayside
  • Clarify whose focus this is
  • Settemari Angel example (Coat of Arms CN300)
  • Settemari Angel example (Coat of Arms CN300)
  • Unclear ownership Talk about art as a collection Boats are mistreated/neglected Mention joining forces with Arzana
  • Venn diagram??/Blender? Funding Donations Documentation 6500 piece catalog Public accessibility Line drawings Awareness Locations in U.S. and Italy Website Mobile applications
  • All categories of public art in the catalog
  • Erratic Sculpture
  • Non-Erratic Sculpture
  • If audio does not work, file is included in folder PRESENTATION: “san_rocco_all.mp3”
  • Totals
  • Pre-load this page before presentation.
  • Pre-load this page before presentation.
  • -this articles shows the importance of these boats to Venice and of the need for us to complete this project -takes months to build a gondola -gondolier’s association find idea of weather-resistant fiberglass replicas ridiculous -safeguarding the tradition of the gondola is fundamental…whatever can be done to safeguard the tradition is positive -made by hand, cost L 20,000, 8 different types of wood, 280 pieces -listed in UNESCO’s “intangible heritage” -gondoliers have knowledge about Venice’s culture and history that no one else has
  • Quick description about arzana
  • This a map of the boats Arzana has in its collection.
  • These boats can all be placed along this scale as… Where do they belong at each stage? i.e. repairable, not floatable belongs in museum
  • Take hidden costs into consideration
  • Photogrammetry: the making of precise measurements from photographs Structured light: projecting known light pattern at a known angle onto a surface Laser scanner: process of shining a structured light laser over the surface of an object to collect 3D data; surface data collected by a camera sensor in the laser scanner which records dense 3D clouds in space
  • This slide and next is for analyzing how measuring has its problems and these get compounded when trying to translate them into 3D models
  • Projecting known light pattern at a known angle onto a surface
  • -Last wooden whaling ship in the world (built in 1841) -photo-realistic, is because we can take the digital photos that are taken by the scanner and map the colors of the photos onto the data points yielding what we called texture mapped scan data. The other images that have different colors show the raw data as it comes in from the scanner without any colors mapped to it. Pics from http://www.flickr.com/photos/mysticseaport/4268485899/in/photostream/ process of shining a structured light laser over surface of object to collect 3D data surface data collected by a camera sensor in laser scanner; records dense 3D clouds in space
  • Take hidden costs into consideration
  • Link to PreserVenice.org
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    • 1. PRESERVENICE: Preserving Venetian Material Culture Alyssa Ascare Holly Fletcher Amy Mazzucotelli Daniel Pierson
    • 2. WHAT IS MATERIAL CULTURE?
    • 3. CURRENT PRESERVATION EFFORTS
      • Monumental
      • Italian authorities
      • Private Committees
    • 4. VERNACULAR CULTURE
    • 5. DETERIORATION OF PUBLIC SCULPTURE 1930 1979 2000 2007 Rio Terà Barba Frutariol, Cannaregio
      • Poor restoration effort led to further destruction
      • ~ 25% of Venetian public art in danger of degrading beyond recognition
    • 6. DETERIORATION OF TRADITIONAL WATERCRAFT
      • Working lifespan of ~25 years
      • In decline with the increase in motorboats
      • Have been left neglected
    • 7. RESTORING VERNACULAR CULTURE
      • Funding
      • Documentation
      • Increased awareness
    • 8.  
    • 9. PreserVenice Initiative
      • Over 20 projects researching:
        • Public Art
        • Traditional Watercraft
    • 10. Traditional Boats Public Art Catalog Interactive Map PreserVenice Website Application Hand Measurement Photogrammetry
    • 11. HISTORY OF PUBLIC ART: Coats of Arms Confraternity Symbols Crosses Fragments Sculptures Inscriptions Patere Street Altars Reliefs Bells Church Floors Flagstaff Pedestals Fountains Wellheads Lunette Decorations Keystones Portals Monuments
    • 12.
      • Erratic = moveable
      • pieces of erratic sculpture
      • 14 pieces reported missing
      Coats of Arms Confraternity Symbols Crosses Fragments Sculptures Inscriptions Patere Street Altars Reliefs Decorations ERRATIC SCULPTURE:
    • 13. ERRATIC SCULPTURE STUDIES 2010 2000 1990 TOTAL=2733 Alberto Rizzi, 1987 1990-1993 1994-1995
    • 14.
      • May serve a structural or functional purpose
      OTHER VERNACULAR ART: Lunette Portals Bells Church Floors Keystones Flagstaff Pedestals Fountains Wellheads Monuments
    • 15. WELLHEADS STUDIES TOTAL=238 2010 2000 1990 1992, 1996 2000, 2004, 2007 Alberto Rizzi, 1981
    • 16. BELLS STUDIES 2004 TOTAL=253 2010 2000 1990 1995-1997
    • 17. KEYSTONES STUDIES 1995 2007 TOTAL=310 2010 2000 1990 1995
    • 18. FLAGSTAFF PEDESTALS STUDIES 2007 1997 TOTAL=56 2010 2000 1990
    • 19. LUNETTES AND PORTALS STUDIES TOTAL=576 TOTAL=85 2010 2000 1990 2002, 2003, 2007
    • 20. CHURCH FLOORS STUDIES TOTAL=2201 2010 2000 1990 2002 - 2005
    • 21. MONUMENTS STUDIES TOTAL=67 2010 2000 1990 2003
    • 22. FOUNTAINS STUDIES TOTAL=109 2010 2000 1990 2004
    • 23. PRESERVENICE INITIATIVES 2010 2000 1990 2007-2010
    • 24. OUR HISTORY 2010 2000 1990
    • 25. PUBLIC ART TOTAL COUNT Coats of Arms Confraternity Symbols Crosses Fragments Sculptures Inscriptions Patere Street Altars Reliefs Bells Church Floors Flagstaff Pedestals Fountains Wellheads Lunette Decorations Keystones Portals Monuments 1098 173 394 56 109 253 30 253 75 943 2201 238 67 310 109 25 32 576 85 TOTAL: 7027
    • 26. Traditional Boats Public Art Catalog Interactive Map PreserVenice Website Application Hand Measurement Photogrammetry
    • 27.
      • Before (static)
      • After (interactive)
      INTERACTIVE MAPS VS.
    • 28. INTERACTIVE MAP
    • 29. VENIPEDIA PAGE FOR PUBLIC ART
    • 30. Traditional Boats Public Art Public Art Interactive Map PreserVenice Website Application Hand Measurement Photogrammetry
    • 31. EXISTING PRESERVENICE APPLICATION
      • Find art around Venice
    • 32. GET DIRECTIONS TO ART
    • 33.
      • Access Venipedia
      • www.PreserVenice.org
      • E-mail PreserVenice Team
    • 34. Future Application
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    • 49. Prioritization Chart
    • 50. Traditional Boats Public Art Public Art Interactive Map PreserVenice Website Application Hand Measurement Photogrammetry
    • 51.  
    • 52. PRESERVATION OF TRADITIONAL BOATS
      • Heritage threatened
      • Traditional boats continually declining
      • Attempts to save them
        • Arzanà
        • Il Caicio
    • 53. OUR CONTRIBUTION TO BOAT DOCUMENTATION 2010 2000 1990
    • 54. LOCATION OF COLLECTION
    • 55. CONDITION ASSESSMENT Beyond Repair Repairable, Not Floatable Repairable, Floatable
    • 56. Total Cost Laser Scanner Structured Light $$$ $$$ Time Preparation Field Work Post Field Work Accuracy*** Final Recommendation TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD *Hand measurements based off of the Level and Plumb Bob measuring technique **Photogrammetry results based on best software program ***Accuracy will be determined by statistical analysis using hand measurements for a baseline Hand Measurements* $$$ TBD TBD TBD TBD Photogrammetry** $$$ TBD TBD TBD TBD OVERALL COMPARISON OF POSSIBLE WATERCRAFT MEASURING TECHNIQUES
    • 57. MANUAL MEASURING TECHNIQUE
    • 58. Y X Z 1 2 3 4 V 1 5 6 V 2 7 8 9
    • 59.  
    • 60. UPPER LOWER Dimensions from reference line Reference Line Measuring checkpoints
    • 61.  
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    • 64. Hand Measurement Results Accurate within 1 cm per 5 m
    • 65. BLENDER ACCURACY ANALYSIS
    • 66. AUTODESK INVENTOR ACCURACY ANALYSIS
    • 67.  
    • 68. PHOTOGRAMMETRY
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    • 73. PHOTOMODELER 7 ACCURACY ANALYSIS
    • 74. STRUCTURED LIGHT
      • Projecting known light pattern at a known angle onto a surface
      • Variation of methods with diverse applications
      • Projection Method
      • Gray Code
      • Phase Shift
      • Multi-phase Shift
      • Documenting objects of cultural heritage
    • 75. CHARLES W. MORGAN RESTORATION PROJECT
      • 3 year, $6 million restoration project
      LASER SCANNING
    • 76. Total Cost Laser Scanner Structured Light $20,000-$140,000 $4,000 Time Preparation Field Work Post Field Work Accuracy*** Photogrammetry 0.003 cm/1 m 0.01 cm/1 m TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD *Hand measurements based off of the Level and Plumb Bob measuring technique **Photogrammetry results based on best software program ***Accuracy will be determined by statistical analysis using hand measurements for a baseline Hand Measurements* Photogrammetry** OVERALL COMPARISON OF POSSIBLE WATERCRAFT MEASURING TECHNIQUES $350 TBD TBD TBD TBD $2,400 0.01cm/1 m 90 minutes 3 hours 40 hours $82 0.2 cm/1 m 30 minutes 5 hours 20 hours
    • 77. ONE DATABASE http://www.preservenice.org
    • 78. PRESERVENICE’S WEBSITE
    • 79.  
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    • 81. Bylaws $$$ http://www.preservenice.org Statute Statuto Associazione Arte Pubblica Interactive Maps Database Documentation
    • 82. THANK YOU Alyssa Ascare Amy Mazzucotelli Daniel Pierson Holly Fletcher

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