Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):
A. Frisky, A. Fajri, S. Brenner, R. Sablatnig:
"Acquisition Evaluation on Outdoor Scanning for Archaeological Artifact Digitalization";
Talk: 15th International Joint Conference on Computer Vision, Imaging and Computer Graphics Theory and Applications,
- 2020-02-29; in: "VISIGRAPP2020 Final Program and Book of Abstracts",
K. Bouatouch et al. (ed.);
SCITEPRESS - Science and Technology Publications, Lda.,
Archaeological archives are important assets becausethey provide primary information resources for research, mainlydigital archives that not degraded. Instead of directly visiting a site,an archaeologist can examine and manipulate the data withoutharming the real object. However, choosing an efficient scanningscheme with detailed results is a challenging task. In this work,we present new sculpture models obtained in three different waysand assess it in two comparison approaches: A quantitative andqualitative assessment. The quantitative comparison architectureprovides a detailed assessment of three different scanningmechanisms in two stages: point cloud and mesh comparison.This evaluation is purposed to describe the differences betweenunmodified data. Finally, a qualitative evaluation is performedby an expert and practitioner to explain the difference based onfour different produced models to help their needs in the realapplication.
3D Acquisition, Cultural Heritage, 3D Reconstruction,3D Comparison, Outdoor Scanning
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