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Digital Models produced with photogrammetry for the study of monuments. Some experiences

AuthorsAlmagro, Antonio ; Cámara Muñoz, Leandro; Latorre González-Moro, Pablo
Issue Date1995
CitationLa Fotogrametria per il Restauro e la Storia, 11 Colloquio Internazionale Bari 1994, Bari, 1995, pp. 15-20.
AbstractThis paper presents several examples of the application of photogrammetry for the generation of digital models on CAD. This is a system which solves the problem of the representation of three-dimensional entities, as in fact the architectural models are, so being able to obtain both ground plans and elevations as perspectives. In this way it is possible to work with graphic documents which make it easier to obtain measurements, as with other documents whose way of representing architecture is nearer to the way in which it is seen visually. Among other examples, we should like to higlight research on the Roman aqueduct at Segovia, from which a three-dimensional digital model has been obtained, connected to a data base by means of the CAD system itself. Each ashlar, formed as a block, is connected to a register of the data base which stores up physical data and that of the state of maintenance, as well as historical an architectural information. Photogrammetry offers the most convenient and accurate system for the creation of these digital models.
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