Laser as 3D Documentation Method for Cultural Heritage

Rabea Radi Abdel Kader, Shaimaa Sayed Mohamed El- Sayed

Abstract


As awareness of cultural heritage rose, much effort was devoted, in the last decade to improve accessibility and preservation of cultural assets. At present, several methods are available that generally make use of laser scanners and cameras to construct 3D photo-realistic models of different-sized items, ranging from small objects, like statues, up to large buildings and archaeological sites. These methods provide effective technological solutions for cultural heritage preservation, in this research; we will focus on the use of Laser in the documentation of the archaeological objects in the museums to give us 2D and 3D photos for these objects by using holography documentation.


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Computer Science; ASDF Journals; ASDF; ASDF International; Journals; International; Human; Machine; Interaction

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