The visualization of the medieval site of the Savinac monastery
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Contemporary visualization techniques rely on new technological achievements which offer information data collection in the form of a three-dimensional model. Such 3D model is significant in the area of cultural heritage protection and specifically in the restoration processes of ruined monuments. The results of applications of both methods, terrestrial laser scanning (TLS) and photogrammetry, is 3D data in the form of point cloud, which is a base for 3D modelling process in adequate software, and accordingly, a creation of an objects’ 3D shape. In this paper, the results of data collecting at the medieval site of the Savinac monastery (twelfth century ), performed in 2018, by using both contemporary methods, is presented. The visualization of this particular site is of the major importance for cultural heritge of Serbia.
Keywords:Visualization / Serbian medieval monastery / Terrestrial laser scanning / Photogrammetry / 3D modelling / Point cloud
Source:Proceedings of selected papers and abstracts - The Second Students Scientific International Conference "Multidisciplinary Approach to Contemporary Research", 2018, 187-194
- Central Institute for Conservation, Belgrade
- Scientific Association for the Development and Promotion of New Technologies, Sopot