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Traditional drawings versus new representation techniques

AuthorsAlmagro, Antonio ; Almagro-Vidal, Ana
KeywordsArchitectural survey
Cathedral of Seville
Iglesia de El Salvador
Issue Date2007
CitationProceedings of the 21st CIPA International Syposium: Anticipating the Future of the Cultural Past, Athens 2007, p. 52-57.
AbstractThe publication of important works of documentation with photogrammetry of two monuments of the city of Seville serve as the basis for a reflection focusing on the traditional systems of architectural representation and their possible substitution by new techniques based on three-dimensional digital models obtained since the advent of laser scanners. Taking into account that CIPA has concerned itself more, in these last few years, with technological advances and their adaptation to applications in the field of conservation of the heritage than with adequately following the real applications that in practice are made with such advances, we suggest the advisability of evaluating, if only provisionally, the application and utility of the new arising methods.
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