Exploring the 3D-ICONS Project: From Capture to Delivery

The 3D-ICONS project aims to digitise a series of architectural and archaeological masterpieces of world and European cultural significance and provide 3D models and related digital content to Europeana, contributing to the critical mass of highly engaging content available to users. The digital content includes overall 3D models and reconstructions, enlarged models of important details, images, texts, videos. It also includes and re-contextualizes in 3D, objects belonging to a monument but presently located elsewhere. This workshop explores the digitisation pipeline; a fundamental component 3D-ICONS project. This pipeline exploits and integrates existing tools and methods. The workshop will be divided into 5 sessions which follow the pipeline process sequentially.


10:00 - 10:15   Introduction to 3D-ICONS Project (A. Corns)


10:15 - 10:40   Case Study 1: The Tomb of King David Hall  (S. Hermon & K. Yiakoupi)

10:40 - 11:00   Case Study 3: Recording Ireland’s Early Christian monuments using aerial and terrestrial laser scanning  (R. Shaw)

Artefact & Detail

11:00 - 10:15   Case Study 1: artefacts and architectural detail of St. Michael Romano-Catholic Cathedral (M. Bozgan, N. Maria-Corina)

11:15 - 11:30   Case Study 2: Iberian sculptures from the Museum of Jaen using 3D scanning and photography  (A. Sánchez)

11:30 - 11:45   Case Study 3: Quick museum artefacts digitization in 3D-ICONS  (G. Guidi & M.Russo)


11:45 - 12:00   Quality control: Paradata within the 3D-ICONS project  (F. Remondino)

12:00 - 12:15   Developing and applying the CARARE metadata schema for 3D documentation  (K. Fernie & A. D'Andrea)

Use & Reuse

12:15 - 12:30   3D World Heritage at your fingertips: what to expect? Online solutions to the delivery of 3D data in cultural heritage  (D. Pletinckx)

12:30 - 12:45   Potential usage of 3D data and IPR issues  (S. Basset)

 12:45 - 13:00   General Discussion

The workshop took place at Digital Heritage 2013: http://www.digitalheritage2013.org/