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Experiences in Rapid, Economical Surveys of Monuments at the Escuela de Estudios Arabes

AutorAlmagro, Antonio
Fecha de publicación1994
EditorAssociation for Preservation Technology
CitaciónAPT Bulletin, vol. XXVI, n1, Computers in conservation, 1994, pp. 28-30, 6 figs.
ResumenObjective documentation of architecture is achievable through a combination of simple techniques. About eight years ago, I set up a photogrammetry laboratory to record architectural heritage for the Spanish Ministry of Culture; it was equipped with traditional photogrammetry instruments: large format metric cameras (Zeiss UMK and SMK) as well as analogical (Zeiss Topocart D) and analytical high precision plotters (Wild Aviolyt BC2). While the high-precision results were excellent, they were achieved at great cost. Later, in researching Islamic architecture on a limited budget, I used photogrammetry in company with simpler, less expensive techniques. CAD applications for personal computers enabled us to depict plans and perspectives and develop a data bank. We created software to converge on AutoCAD and used portable instruments and simple data taking.
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