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Contributions of photometry to the 3D-digitization of heritage


The nature of archaeological research implies documenting and recording the remains or structures uncovered in the most precise and objective way possible. Archaeologists use digital tools precisely because they meet the challenges of their discipline. The creation of digital twins thus actively contributes to the study, protection and dissemination of archaeological heritage. From the study of a territory to the analysis of a trace left by a tool, archaeology reasons at different scales and combines analyses and multi-scalar approaches. This represents a challenge in itself. The development of an open-source photometric stereo suite makes it possible to respond in part to this work by taking into account the great diversity of archaeological remains while producing models that combine volume accuracy and color reliability.
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Antoine Laurent, Jean Mélou, Thomas Sagory, Carole Fritz, J.-D. Durou. Contributions of photometry to the 3D-digitization of heritage. 4th Workshop on Structuring and Understanding of Multimedia heritAge Contents (SUMAC 2022), Oct 2022, Lisbon, Portugal. . ⟨hal-03809779⟩
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