Digitization of the Trento's Castle using terrestrial photogrammetry
The Etruscan masterpiece was surveyed using photogrammetry for restoration and communicationpurposes (sarcofagodeglisposi.fbk.eu).The final dense point cloud consists of 18 mil. points.
A photogrammetric flight with a nadir camera over part of Trento's municipality. The dense cloud (5.5 bil points) has a mean spatial resolution of 10 cm.
Dense image matching over the city centre of Graz flown with an oblique aerial camera. The final point cloud contains ca 60 mil. points
The underground and frescoed Etruscan tomb was surveyed with TOF laser scanning (28 mil points) and textured with photogrammetrically mapped images.
The project (3dom.fbk.eu/etruschi-3d-multimedia-exhibition) produced various 3D data used for analyses, conservation, communication and multimedia exhibition purposes.
Photogrammetric survey of the square using 350 images to produce a dense textured cloud of 122 milpoints for orthophoto production.
The temple (24mx60m with 6 frontal and 14 lateralcolumns) was surveyed integrating (i) 680
terrestrial images taken with a NIKON D3X (average GSD of 1 cm) and (ii) 156 UAV-based images
acquired with a CanonEOS 550D, mounted on a Esafly A2500 (average GSD of 3-4 cm).
The final dense cloud contains ca 80 mil points (paestum.fbk.eu). The mesh model is published here(sketchfab.com).
A WWI fortification in the plateaus around Trento, surveyed for restoration and conservation purposes (vast.fbk.eu).
Point cloud of the Austro-Hungarian fortifications and undergroundtunnels on Mount Celva (Trento, Italy)
Photogrammetric survey of the complex porticoes(187.5 mil points) in the S.Stefano area.
The project (link) aimed to developed a reliable and
effective methodology for the 3D reconstruction of the complex architectures.
One of the most beautiful Maya artefact which was located in the archaeological site of Copan
(Honduras), surveyed with ca 145 images (mayaarch3d.org).
Photogrammetric survey of the cathedral main door with a final point cloud of 5 mil. points.5
3D surveying and modeling of the Behaim globe, the oldest still existing and intact globe of the Earth,
preserved at the German National Museum of Nuremberg, Germany. It has a diametre of approx 50cm. High-resolution digital
images and automatic photogrammetric techniques were integrated with a triangulation based scannerto delivered a colour point cloud of some 40 mil 3D points.