Modelli digitali per comunicare il patrimonio e l'intervento di restauro. Palazzetto Baviera di Senigallia

Ramona Quattrini, Francesca Gasparetto, Renato Angeloni, Mirco D'alessio


The most convincing experiments currently carried out in the field of Digital
Cultural Heritage consist in integrating more different information in order
to contribute to the aim of enhancing the communicability of the heritage
and its values. This is facilitated by widely tested technologies, including
on cultural heritage. High-definition 3D models, which can be obtained from
digital surveys, even if they are expeditious, are a powerful tool for visual
dissemination, but they also pave the way for communicating the subject. A
new type of storytelling, which organizes data operating around and for an
artistic object, allows to create models enriched by increasingly stimulating
The example of the Palazzetto Baviera 3D app, developed with the Municipality
of Senigallia (AN), shows how a correct integration between 3D technology,
historical-critical insights and technical documentation leads to interactive
tools that can satisfy more curiosity, both scientific and tourist.

Parole chiave

3D reality-based; realtà aumentata; digitalizzazione; restauro; APP

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