After 40 years of closure to researchers and public, Grotta Romanelli was reopened to scientific research in 2015. Continuing the tradition initiated by Blanc, the new excavations follow a multidisciplinary approach, involving specialists of different disciplines. A pivotal part of the project is also focused on digital technologies and experimental methods, to promote data sharing and scientific dissemination. With this aim, a 3D model of the entire cave has been produced by photogrammetry. This technique allows to create a 3D model of a real object, in a digital environment and with high resolution photos. During the 2016 excavation campaign, the base for the 3D model has been created. During the last excavation campaign, in September 2017, the 3D model has been edited and updated with the new surveys. Here we present the last update of the model and the relative workflow.

Toward the virtual reconstruction of Grotta Romanelli, Apulia (Southern Italy) / Conti, Jacopo; Tucci, Sonia; Bellucci, Luca; Bona, Fabio; Brilli, Mauro; Giustini, Francesca; Iurino, DAWID ADAM; Lembo, Giuseppe; Massussi, Massimo; Mazzini, Ilaria; Mecozzi, Beniamino; Muttillo, Brunella; Sigari, Dario; Strani, Flavia; Voltaggio, Mario; Sardella, Raffaele. - (2019), pp. 577-582. ((Intervento presentato al convegno IMEKO International Conference on Metrology for Archaeology and Cultural Heritage tenutosi a Lecce, Italy.

Toward the virtual reconstruction of Grotta Romanelli, Apulia (Southern Italy)

Jacopo Conti
Primo
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Sonia Tucci
Secondo
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Fabio Bona;Mauro Brilli;Francesca Giustini;Dawid Adam Iurino;Massimo Massussi;Ilaria Mazzini;Beniamino Mecozzi;Brunella Muttillo;Dario Sigari;Flavia Strani;Raffaele Sardella
Ultimo
2019

Abstract

After 40 years of closure to researchers and public, Grotta Romanelli was reopened to scientific research in 2015. Continuing the tradition initiated by Blanc, the new excavations follow a multidisciplinary approach, involving specialists of different disciplines. A pivotal part of the project is also focused on digital technologies and experimental methods, to promote data sharing and scientific dissemination. With this aim, a 3D model of the entire cave has been produced by photogrammetry. This technique allows to create a 3D model of a real object, in a digital environment and with high resolution photos. During the 2016 excavation campaign, the base for the 3D model has been created. During the last excavation campaign, in September 2017, the 3D model has been edited and updated with the new surveys. Here we present the last update of the model and the relative workflow.
IMEKO International Conference on Metrology for Archaeology and Cultural Heritage
Grotta Romanelli; photogrammetry; Quaternary
04 Pubblicazione in atti di convegno::04b Atto di convegno in volume
Toward the virtual reconstruction of Grotta Romanelli, Apulia (Southern Italy) / Conti, Jacopo; Tucci, Sonia; Bellucci, Luca; Bona, Fabio; Brilli, Mauro; Giustini, Francesca; Iurino, DAWID ADAM; Lembo, Giuseppe; Massussi, Massimo; Mazzini, Ilaria; Mecozzi, Beniamino; Muttillo, Brunella; Sigari, Dario; Strani, Flavia; Voltaggio, Mario; Sardella, Raffaele. - (2019), pp. 577-582. ((Intervento presentato al convegno IMEKO International Conference on Metrology for Archaeology and Cultural Heritage tenutosi a Lecce, Italy.
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