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Benassi L., Parri A., Siotto E., Callieri M., Pingi P., Scopigno R. Knowledge, science and enhancement of historical decaying buildings in Tuscany. The ArTeSalVa project. In: Heritage 2012 - 3rd International Conference on Heritage and Sustainable Development (Porto, Portugal, 19-22 June 2012). Proceedings, vol. 3 pp. 1701 - 1710. R. Amoeda, S. Lira, C. Pinheiro. Green Lines Istitute, 2012.
 
 
Abstract
(English)
The "ArTeSalVa" project starts from the observation of the neglect and disuse of the historical public buildings in Italy, which have important architectural value. The project aims at studying the less known historical events regarding some decaying buildings in Tuscany and using 2D and 3D digitization modalities in order to map the current status, to track decay processes and to create effective tools for scientific and tourism visual communication. A significant case study is represented by the medieval Carthusia, in Calci near Pisa. The his-torical research is investigating the different ways in which the monastery was used and thus the most important changes introduced in it. The related digitized data are used to record the decay, highlight transformations and support planning of possible new uses of the areas that are not currently accessible to the public. The digital models are the instruments to document and present visually the scientific results.
Subject Cultural heritage
3D scanning
Virtual reconstruction
I.3 COMPUTER GRAPHICS


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