The use of three-dimensional models is widespread in many sciences and has been in common use in archaeological studies, both in the phase of the study and in divulgation for a long time. When making decisions about the use of available technologies the following aspects should be taken into consideration: cost, accuracy, speed and easy of use. The Computer Vision is a relatively recent computer technology that is able to produce a three-dimensional reconstruction by a cluster of photos processed by automated software. The aim of this work is to evaluate the performance offered by the Computer Vision using low cost tools and software.

Computer vision in Cultural Heritage: a versatile and inexpensive tool

Claudio Giardino;
2017

Abstract

The use of three-dimensional models is widespread in many sciences and has been in common use in archaeological studies, both in the phase of the study and in divulgation for a long time. When making decisions about the use of available technologies the following aspects should be taken into consideration: cost, accuracy, speed and easy of use. The Computer Vision is a relatively recent computer technology that is able to produce a three-dimensional reconstruction by a cluster of photos processed by automated software. The aim of this work is to evaluate the performance offered by the Computer Vision using low cost tools and software.
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