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Acquisition et modélisation tridimensionnelles : applications en Sciences Humaines et Sociales

Abstract : For some time now, 3D acquisition and modeling techniques have revolutionized the use of spatial data. For the humanities, the exploratory fields are extremely extensive. The digital preservation of architectural heritage, the analysis of soil surfaces or urban fabrics are now linked to problems of spatial planning, historical or even archaeological. Some scientific projects can now combine the chromatic richness of a photogrammetric recording, the Euclidean precision of a laser lift and a standardized modelling or Building Information Model (B.I.M). This presentation is based on three case studies combining these high-density spatial data acquisition techniques associated with the 3D B.IM. L'oppidum du second âge du fer de Vermand (Aisne, France), the study of the city of Charleville (Ardennes, France) as well as the chapels of Osiris in Karnak (Egypt), will illustrate this decisive evolution.
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Thibaut Delval, Cyril Giorgi, Louis Hugonnier, Maximilien Lhomel, Sylvain Rassat, et al.. Acquisition et modélisation tridimensionnelles : applications en Sciences Humaines et Sociales. International Colour Association (AIC) Conference 2020, Nov 2020, Avignon, France. ⟨hal-03653207⟩



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