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Semi-automatic 3D Acquisition and Reassembly of Cultural Heritage: The SeARCH Project

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The SeARCH research project (Semi-automatic 3D Acquisition and Reassembly of Cultural Heritage) brings together archeologists and computer scientists with one unique objective: the virtual reassembly of broken artifacts, and especially the broken statues that were surrounding the lighthouse of Alexandria. The gathering of researchers of these two fundamentally different scientific origins makes it possible to combine expert archeological high-level knowledge with the power of computer graphic visualization techniques and geometry p rocessing algorithms. The integration of both disciplines is achieved by designing efficient human-computer interaction techniques that use semi-automatic geometry-driven acquisition, visualization, and reassembly techniques.
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hal-00628506 , version 1 (19-11-2019)

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Patrick Reuter, Nicolas Mellado, Xavier Granier, Isabelle Hairy, Robert Vergnieux, et al.. Semi-automatic 3D Acquisition and Reassembly of Cultural Heritage: The SeARCH Project. ERCIM News, 2011, 86, pp.12-13. ⟨hal-00628506⟩

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