For Cultural Heritage, the knowledge phase has a key role in the recovery process and it requires to be related to the in/low accessibility level of architecture. Even if, the “accessibility” usually relates the physical dimension of architecture to the end-users, inherent morphological and conservative features, as well as external stresses, may compromise the full knowledge of architecture by technicians involved in the recovery process. Due to that, the paper identifies a fast and smart approach for the remote fruition and knowledge of inaccessible and low accessible Heritage using Virtual Reality-based model. These are designed combining Virtual Tours, based on spherical images of the real environment, and relational database to support technicians in remote semi-guided analysis, diagnosis and assessment of the Heritage. Smartness and potentialities of the methodology are finally tested to the representative case of “Palazzo Carmelo” (Cerignola, Apulia Region, Italy).

Smart approaches to enhance technical knowledge of in/low-accessible heritage

Lasorella M.;Cantatore E.;Fatiguso F.
2021

Abstract

For Cultural Heritage, the knowledge phase has a key role in the recovery process and it requires to be related to the in/low accessibility level of architecture. Even if, the “accessibility” usually relates the physical dimension of architecture to the end-users, inherent morphological and conservative features, as well as external stresses, may compromise the full knowledge of architecture by technicians involved in the recovery process. Due to that, the paper identifies a fast and smart approach for the remote fruition and knowledge of inaccessible and low accessible Heritage using Virtual Reality-based model. These are designed combining Virtual Tours, based on spherical images of the real environment, and relational database to support technicians in remote semi-guided analysis, diagnosis and assessment of the Heritage. Smartness and potentialities of the methodology are finally tested to the representative case of “Palazzo Carmelo” (Cerignola, Apulia Region, Italy).
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