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Architectural Information Modelling for virtual heritage application

  1. 1. Architectural Information Modelling Architectural Information Modelling for virtual heritage application 14th international conference on virtual systems and multimedia (VSMM) October 20th - 25th, 2008 - Limassol, Cyprus ir. arch. Pieter Pauwels, ir. arch. Ruben Verstraeten, prof. dr. Ronald De Meyer, prof. dr. ir. Jan Van Campenhout Ghent University, Belgium Department of Architecture & Urban Planning Department of Electronics & Information Systems Architectural Information Modelling for virtual heritage application 14th International Conference on Virtual Systems and MultiMedia. October 20th – 25th, 2008. Limassol, Cyprus. ir. arch. Pieter Pauwels, ir. arch. Ruben Verstraeten, prof. dr. Ronald De Meyer, prof. dr. ir. Jan Van Campenhout
  2. 2. Architectural Information Modelling Introduction BIM AIM Approach Future Work Conclusion Contents: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Introduction Background: BIM – Building Information Modelling Proposal: AIM – Architectural Information Modelling Future Work Conclusion 2 / 16 Architectural Information Modelling for virtual heritage application 14th International Conference on Virtual Systems and MultiMedia. October 20th – 25th, 2008. Limassol, Cyprus. ir. arch. Pieter Pauwels, ir. arch. Ruben Verstraeten, prof. dr. Ronald De Meyer, prof. dr. ir. Jan Van Campenhout
  3. 3. Architectural Information Modelling Introduction BIM AIM Approach Future Work Conclusion ICT techniques in digital heritage archiving ? ICT Three-dimensional modelling 2D digital drawings, maps and plans Digital Archiving for application in digital heritage computer vision and automatic 3D reconstruction techniques Procedural modelling … 3 / 16 Architectural Information Modelling for virtual heritage application 14th International Conference on Virtual Systems and MultiMedia. October 20th – 25th, 2008. Limassol, Cyprus. ir. arch. Pieter Pauwels, ir. arch. Ruben Verstraeten, prof. dr. Ronald De Meyer, prof. dr. ir. Jan Van Campenhout
  4. 4. Architectural Information Modelling Introduction BIM AIM Approach Future Work Conclusion Three-dimensional modelling applications Bentley Microstation AutoCAD Autodesk Revit Vectorworks 3dsmax … Nemetschek ArchiCAD Google Sketchup Maya 4 / 16 Architectural Information Modelling for virtual heritage application 14th International Conference on Virtual Systems and MultiMedia. October 20th – 25th, 2008. Limassol, Cyprus. ir. arch. Pieter Pauwels, ir. arch. Ruben Verstraeten, prof. dr. Ronald De Meyer, prof. dr. ir. Jan Van Campenhout
  5. 5. Architectural Information Modelling Introduction BIM AIM Approach Future Work Conclusion “BIM-boom”: evolution from CAD to BIM applications 5 / 16 Architectural Information Modelling for virtual heritage application 14th International Conference on Virtual Systems and MultiMedia. October 20th – 25th, 2008. Limassol, Cyprus. ir. arch. Pieter Pauwels, ir. arch. Ruben Verstraeten, prof. dr. Ronald De Meyer, prof. dr. ir. Jan Van Campenhout
  6. 6. Architectural Information Modelling Introduction BIM AIM Approach Future Work Conclusion BIM in digital heritage Can BIM improve or contribute to the digitisation, documentation and archiving of digital heritage information? If so, in what form should this information modelling technique be provided? What advantages and perspectives can be generated through the adoption of this information modelling approach? 6 / 16 Architectural Information Modelling for virtual heritage application 14th International Conference on Virtual Systems and MultiMedia. October 20th – 25th, 2008. Limassol, Cyprus. ir. arch. Pieter Pauwels, ir. arch. Ruben Verstraeten, prof. dr. Ronald De Meyer, prof. dr. ir. Jan Van Campenhout
  7. 7. Architectural Information Modelling Introduction BIM AIM Approach Future Work Conclusion Test-case: The Casino, Ghent - architect Louis Roelandt built: 1835 demolished: 1945 Louis Roelandt Casino Ghent, City Archive Ghent, University Library 7 / 16 Architectural Information Modelling for virtual heritage application 14th International Conference on Virtual Systems and MultiMedia. October 20th – 25th, 2008. Limassol, Cyprus. ir. arch. Pieter Pauwels, ir. arch. Ruben Verstraeten, prof. dr. Ronald De Meyer, prof. dr. ir. Jan Van Campenhout
  8. 8. Architectural Information Modelling Introduction BIM AIM Approach Future Work Conclusion Existing archives: information spread Several very diverse information sources with each a part of the overall building information  concrete building information  historical information  theoretical information  Put together: overall building knowledge 8 / 16 Architectural Information Modelling for virtual heritage application 14th International Conference on Virtual Systems and MultiMedia. October 20th – 25th, 2008. Limassol, Cyprus. ir. arch. Pieter Pauwels, ir. arch. Ruben Verstraeten, prof. dr. Ronald De Meyer, prof. dr. ir. Jan Van Campenhout
  9. 9. Architectural Information Modelling Introduction BIM AIM Approach Future Work Conclusion 9 / 16 Architectural Information Modelling for virtual heritage application 14th International Conference on Virtual Systems and MultiMedia. October 20th – 25th, 2008. Limassol, Cyprus. ir. arch. Pieter Pauwels, ir. arch. Ruben Verstraeten, prof. dr. Ronald De Meyer, prof. dr. ir. Jan Van Campenhout
  10. 10. Architectural Information Modelling Introduction - BIM AIM Approach Future Work Conclusion Test-case conclusion Concrete building information OK historical & theoretical information NOT OK  apparently not very useful for heritage documentation and archiving + A lot of information can be stored in a building information model + This information is accessible through a highly interoperable, ontology-based file format (.ifc)  calculation & visualisation tools accessible 10 / 16 Architectural Information Modelling for virtual heritage application 14th International Conference on Virtual Systems and MultiMedia. October 20th – 25th, 2008. Limassol, Cyprus. ir. arch. Pieter Pauwels, ir. arch. Ruben Verstraeten, prof. dr. Ronald De Meyer, prof. dr. ir. Jan Van Campenhout
  11. 11. Architectural Information Modelling Introduction BIM AIM Approach Future Work Conclusion Proposal : Architectural Information Modelling Approach  Concepts BIM Building Information Modelling + ‘semantical twist’ in information content: more historical – theoretical information related to digital heritage applications  Architectural Information Modelling (AIM) 11 / 16 Architectural Information Modelling for virtual heritage application 14th International Conference on Virtual Systems and MultiMedia. October 20th – 25th, 2008. Limassol, Cyprus. ir. arch. Pieter Pauwels, ir. arch. Ruben Verstraeten, prof. dr. Ronald De Meyer, prof. dr. ir. Jan Van Campenhout
  12. 12. Architectural Information Modelling Introduction BIM AIM Approach Future Work Ontology schema Conclusion ... geometry topology historical references 12 / 16 Architectural Information Modelling for virtual heritage application 14th International Conference on Virtual Systems and MultiMedia. October 20th – 25th, 2008. Limassol, Cyprus. ir. arch. Pieter Pauwels, ir. arch. Ruben Verstraeten, prof. dr. Ronald De Meyer, prof. dr. ir. Jan Van Campenhout
  13. 13. Architectural Information Modelling Introduction BIM AIM Approach Future Work Conclusion 13 / 16 Architectural Information Modelling for virtual heritage application 14th International Conference on Virtual Systems and MultiMedia. October 20th – 25th, 2008. Limassol, Cyprus. ir. arch. Pieter Pauwels, ir. arch. Ruben Verstraeten, prof. dr. Ronald De Meyer, prof. dr. ir. Jan Van Campenhout
  14. 14. Architectural Information Modelling Introduction BIM AIM Approach Future Work Conclusion Future Work An extensive comparison between the proposed architectural information modelling approach and the existing procedural modelling approach Exemplary AIM ontology schema as start point for an AIM Demonstrator application Integration Müller, P., Vereenooghe, T., Wonka, P., Paap, I., Van Gool, L., “Procedural 3D reconstruction of repositories within existing digitalPuuc buildings in Xkipche”, VAST 2006 14 / 16 Architectural Information Modelling for virtual heritage application 14th International Conference on Virtual Systems and MultiMedia. October 20th – 25th, 2008. Limassol, Cyprus. ir. arch. Pieter Pauwels, ir. arch. Ruben Verstraeten, prof. dr. Ronald De Meyer, prof. dr. ir. Jan Van Campenhout
  15. 15. Architectural Information Modelling Introduction BIM AIM Approach Future Work Conclusion Conclusion The adoption of a BIM-like approach can improve or contribute to the digitisation, documentation and archiving of digital heritage information. This requires an additional shift towards more historical and theoretical information. Advantages and perspectives Heritage Memory – Calculation – Visualisation based on semantical datamodel 15 / 16 Architectural Information Modelling for virtual heritage application 14th International Conference on Virtual Systems and MultiMedia. October 20th – 25th, 2008. Limassol, Cyprus. ir. arch. Pieter Pauwels, ir. arch. Ruben Verstraeten, prof. dr. Ronald De Meyer, prof. dr. ir. Jan Van Campenhout
  16. 16. Architectural Information Modelling Introduction BIM AIM Approach Future Work Conclusion Thank you for your attention Questions? 16 / 16 Architectural Information Modelling for virtual heritage application 14th International Conference on Virtual Systems and MultiMedia. October 20th – 25th, 2008. Limassol, Cyprus. ir. arch. Pieter Pauwels, ir. arch. Ruben Verstraeten, prof. dr. Ronald De Meyer, prof. dr. ir. Jan Van Campenhout

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