The contribution describes a research project aimed at creating a multimedia platform capable of connecting significant places in the Calabrian coastal landscape with the surrounding area: the architecture depicted in the sixteenth-century Codice Romano Carratelli, 99 coastal towers built in Calabria by the Spanish government with the aim of controlling invasions from the sea by Saracens and pirates. Having lost their original lookout function, the towers can become the nodes of a network of coastal routes, a digital network for "slow" tourism that is attentive to environmental issues, the valorization of local resources and the cultural regeneration of the territory. The research phases are as follows: - survey of existing towers (via laser scanner and aerial and terrestrial photogrammetry), 3D modeling of the actual state; - morphological and typological analysis, abacus of elements; - project of a network of routes that connects the towers to each other and interfaces with the other points of cultural interest; - development of multimodal devices for the analysis and enhancement of architecture, including the extensive use of ICT (3DMapping, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, holograms, 360° shooting); - 3D printing for museum education and for disadvantaged users; - creation of a multimedia platform in which all the contents described in the previous points can be consulted interactively.
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