A Journey in the Fourteenth Century. A Digital Reconstruction of Piazza delle Erbe in Verona

  • Fabrizio I. Apollonio
  • Marco Gaiani
  • Federico Fallavolita
  • Elisabetta C. Giovannini
  • Riccardo Foschi
Keywords: ricostruzione virtuale, 3D modeling, patrimonio culturale, rendering.

Abstract

Digital visualization as the representation of a past that no longer exists is a communicative necessity in which virtual reconstructions have become means and experience of an otherwise intangible time. The case study presented is the expression of a methodology seeking to combine informative and scientific aspects. This method aims to provide an answer to a multidisciplinary approach that characterizes the study of architectural heritage of the past where virtual reconstructions, if scientifically substantiated, can become clear and transmittable documents.

Published
2017-12-18
How to Cite
[1]
F. I. Apollonio, M. Gaiani, F. Fallavolita, E. C. Giovannini, and R. Foschi, “A Journey in the Fourteenth Century. A Digital Reconstruction of Piazza delle Erbe in Verona”, diségno, no. 1, pp. 035-044, Dec. 2017.
Section
The Reasons of Drawing as an Instrument of Study and Approach to Knowledge