Recovering Colour and Volume from Relics in Restoration tasks
 
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Financiación: LACONA VII: LASER IN THE CONSERVACIÓN OF ARTWORKS
Lugar: Madrid
Provincia: Madrid
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Shape Analysis is a crucial aspect before planning and executing conservation or restoration tasks. Image- and range-based approaches are the most common non-contact approaches for the shape re-cording, with regard to colour and volume. An accurate knowledge of the current status of pieces is a first need in conservation or restoration tasks. In this work, we show some results coming from different recording devices (, cameras, triangulation and time-of-flight 3d laser scanners), different methodologies (image- and range-based approaches) and their fusion in a common framework given by the software platform UvaCad. Our main contribution is the development of software tools for the joint management of geometric and radiometric dense information. The fusion and the visualization to different levels of detail is performed on a 3D support which can be modified in an interactive way by the user.We illustrate our approach with surveying and proposal interventions for old mural paintings in a wall of the church of Wamba (Valladolid, Spain). Main developed applications concern to diagnostic, monitoring and simulation of interventions for planning restoration tasks, as a component of more ad-vanced Cultural Heritage Information Systems

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Investigadores/Colaboradores:
Juan José Fernández Martí­n
Javier Finat Codes
José Martínez Rubio
Francisco Morillo Rodríguez
Juan Diego Pérez - Moneo Agapito
Jesús Ignacio San José Alonso
Colaboradores:
Fernando Gutiérrez Baños
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