Mission & Vision
In times of digital change, the use of 3D technologies has an increasing impact on the cultural sector. A versatile application potential, from digitization and via web-based visualization is it possible.
We use digital visualization, geospatial informatics, and open access solutions to provide digital data and 3D models to, institutions, museums, scholars, and the public.
Extreme weather is weakening monuments depending on the material. When water getting into the monument’s nooks and crannies and freeze, it will cause the rock to crack. Copper reacts with rainwater and green coloring occurs due the chemical reactions. In order to restore and preserve immovable heritage objects, it is necessary to have photogrammetric measurements and to constantly monitor condition of the objects.
Artifacts are one of the most exciting objects for the heritage. Many of these objects remain unknown to the public, either for financial reasons or because there are no possibilities for an exhibition. These objects are placed in cartons and stored in the archives. Digital cultural heritage data is a solution for the quick and easy publication of objects.
One of the most interesting uses of photogrammetry is the creation of an interior in 3D. Virtual tours in castles, churches or any buildings can be created. Here you have the possibility to look at historic frescos or the furnishings.
Fields of application for photogrammetry in archaeology can be Prospection and Landscape Archaeology, Excavation, Recording of Caves, Mining and Cave Paintings, and Recording of Finds. All the Photogrammetric types are used in the Archaeological field, Arial, Terrestrial, and close-range.
TO CREATE 3D MODEL
Digital heritage data are now more accessible through social media, blogs and other platforms.With this you have a powerful tool to make our cultural heritage more accessible to the wider public.
Most frequent questions and answers
What is Photogrammetry?
Using digital photogrammetry, photographs can be combined together to create an accurate digital replica of a real-world structure or location.
How it works?
Similar to how our brains perceive the depth by comparing the images that our eyes see, photogrammetry is a photographic technique in which software reconciles and reconstructs the shape of an object.
What is it good for?
With the development of the computer science and its uses, the documentation of the world heritage became easier and accurate.Our vision at DigitalMeetsHeritage is to document cultural heritage, helping to preserve and protect it for future generations.
– Cost effective
– Time effective
– Very precise
– Less manual effort