Workshop 3D scanning and printing of historical artefacts for inclusive fruition of cultural heritage
Workshop "3D scanning and printing of historical artefacts for inclusive fruition of cultural heritage"
Held in Bari, thursday, 13th April 2023, 9:00 – 17:00 - - PROJECT 3D-IMP-ACT - PLUS CAPITALIZATION
PROJECT PARTNERS: Politecnico di Bari – DMMM, Politecnico di Bari – DICATECH, Museum Centre of Puglia – MIBACT – PM – PUG, Albanian National Institute for Cultural Heritage, Polytechnic University of Tirana – UPT University of Montenegro – UCPG.
Deputy Rector of Politecnico di Bari (Prof. F. Fabio Fatiguso)
Museum Centre of Puglia (Dr. Fabio Galeandro)
Vice Director of Department DMMM of Politecnico di Bari (Prof. I. Giannoccaro)
JS Financial Officer Interreg – IPA CBC (Dr. A. Agrosì)
9:30 CAPITALIZATION OF THE PROJECT: “Virtual reality and 3D experiences to IMProve territorial Attractiveness, Cultural heritage smart management and Touristic development” (Prof. Luigi Maria Galantucci, Politecnico di Bari, Project Coordinator)
Start of the session: ON SITE CULTURAL HERITAGE 3D SCANNING EXPERIENCES IN ITALY, ALBANIA AND MONTENEGRO
10:00 "Egnazia Cryptoporticus and Museum - Photogrammetry and 3D printing"(PhD M.G. Guerra – DMMM Politecnico di Bari)
10:15 "Swabian castle of Gioia del Colle: the throne room" (Prof. M. De Fino and F. Fatiguso – Dicatech Politecnico di Bari)
10:30 "Touching heritage in Albania: Apollonia achaeological site" (Prof. E. Piperi, Prof. I. Bodi – Polytechnical University of Tirana - ALB)
10:45 "Bashtova castle in Albania: 3D scanning to assess earthquake damage" (PhD R.A. Galantucci – Dicatech Politecnico di Bari, - Prof. E. Piperi– Polytechnical University of Tirana – ALB)
11:00 "Aereal 3D scanning and modelling of the fortress of Medun in Montenegro" (Prof. F. Lavecchia – DMMM Politecnico di Bari)
11:15 Coffee break
11:30 Start of the session: PRACTICAL LABORATORIES USING 3D SCANNERS AND 3D PRINTERS FOR HISTORICAL ARTEFACTS DOCUMENTATION AND REPLICAS
11:45 Practical laboratories using 3D scanners and 3D printers for historical artefacts documentation and replicas
12:15 Optimization of the photographic dataset; The photogrammetric process for alignment, generation of the dense cloud and the mesh model and texture
12:45 Lunch break
14:00 Optimization of the photogrammetric mesh and preparation of the 3D model
15:30 From relief to 3D printing: available techniques and methods. Outlines of virtual mesh restoration
17:00 END OF SESSIONS AND FINAL REMARKS
The workshop was dedicated to professionals of the sector, researchers, PhD students and students.