Augmented Reality (AR) represents a growing communication channel, responding to the need to expand reality with additional information, offering easy and engaging access to digital data. AR for architectural representation allows a simple interaction with 3D models, facilitating spatial understanding of complex volumes and topological relationships between parts, overcoming some limitations related to Virtual Reality. In the last decade different developments in the pipeline process have seen a significant advancement in technological and algorithmic aspects, paying less attention to 3D modeling generation. For this, the article explores the construction of basic geometries for 3D model’s generation, highlighting the relationship between geometry and topology, basic for a consistent normal distribution. Moreover, a critical evaluation about corrective paths of existing 3D models is presented, analysing a complex architectural case study, the virtual model of Villa del Verginese, an emblematic example for topological emerged problems. The final aim of the paper is to refocus attention on 3D model construction, suggesting some "good practices" useful for preventing, minimizing or correcting topological problems, extending the accessibility of AR to people engaged in architectural representation.

Parametric Surfaces for Augmented Architecture representation / Russo, M.; Menconero, S.; Baglioni, L.. - XLII-2/W9:(2019), pp. 671-678. (Intervento presentato al convegno 8th International Workshop 3D-ARCH "3D Virtual Reconstruction and Visualization of Complex Architectures" tenutosi a Bergamo, Italy) [10.5194/isprs-archives-XLII-2-W9-671-2019].

Parametric Surfaces for Augmented Architecture representation

Russo, M.
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Menconero, S.;Baglioni, L.
2019

Abstract

Augmented Reality (AR) represents a growing communication channel, responding to the need to expand reality with additional information, offering easy and engaging access to digital data. AR for architectural representation allows a simple interaction with 3D models, facilitating spatial understanding of complex volumes and topological relationships between parts, overcoming some limitations related to Virtual Reality. In the last decade different developments in the pipeline process have seen a significant advancement in technological and algorithmic aspects, paying less attention to 3D modeling generation. For this, the article explores the construction of basic geometries for 3D model’s generation, highlighting the relationship between geometry and topology, basic for a consistent normal distribution. Moreover, a critical evaluation about corrective paths of existing 3D models is presented, analysing a complex architectural case study, the virtual model of Villa del Verginese, an emblematic example for topological emerged problems. The final aim of the paper is to refocus attention on 3D model construction, suggesting some "good practices" useful for preventing, minimizing or correcting topological problems, extending the accessibility of AR to people engaged in architectural representation.
2019
8th International Workshop 3D-ARCH "3D Virtual Reconstruction and Visualization of Complex Architectures"
3D modeling; parametric surfaces; normal distribution; complex architecture; Augmented Reality
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Parametric Surfaces for Augmented Architecture representation / Russo, M.; Menconero, S.; Baglioni, L.. - XLII-2/W9:(2019), pp. 671-678. (Intervento presentato al convegno 8th International Workshop 3D-ARCH "3D Virtual Reconstruction and Visualization of Complex Architectures" tenutosi a Bergamo, Italy) [10.5194/isprs-archives-XLII-2-W9-671-2019].
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