Record material used to guide and evaluate the reconstruction process
Cross sections calculated so as to form a basis for the sculptor to work on. The data was scaled by 1:5 and a plaster model was created for the sculptor to complete.
The completed plaster model was scanned with a resolution of ~1mm. The acquired data of both heads were registered, scaled and integrated with the original surfaces.
After the registration process, the results were analyzed so as to evaluate the alignment and most of the new data were found to be within 1cm of the original surface (green area) In yellow the deviations are up to 2cm and in the red areas the deviations are more than 2cm
the final result was produced by rewrapping the areas of the new data. View of the final completed surface model.
Zongolopoulos Foundation<br />Laboratory of photogrammetry of NTUA<br />3D DOCUMENTATION of the monument of zalongon<br />
The monument of Zalongon<br />Location: NW of Greece<br />Built: 1950’s<br />Designers: <br />PatroklosKarandinos and <br /> George Zongolopoulos<br />Length: 17.5m<br />Height: 12.5m<br />
3D Documentation<br />3D Laser scanning of the surface<br />Geodetic survey of the site<br />Photogrammetric processing of image data<br />Polygonal surface creation<br />Creation of orthophotos<br />CAD based completion of the destroyed parts of the complex<br />Creation of 1:5 scaled models as a basis for the artistic completion of the destroyed parts<br />Scanning and integration of the completed scaled models onto the original actual size model<br />Creation of texture maps<br />Delivery of 3D textured VRML models (prior and after reconstruction)<br />Video Animation for presentation<br />