Abstract. In the field of an industrial research program between the ‘Mediterranean’ University and the Naos Consulting’s company, we developed the V.I.S.A. project, Visualizing Innovative and Social Artworks, through which we tried to create a new model of museum, called the 3.0. Museum, embracing the challenge thrown by the MIBACT to increase the performances of the Italian museums by means of the use of the digital ICT. In addition, we consciously tried to reinforce the technological communication for the Cultural Heritage’s fruition and enhancement. The research is focused on the study and the analysis of a wide repertoire of terracotta’s vases, red-figure and black-figure vase painting, discovered in the Magna-Graecia’s area. These finds cover a temporal line that goes from the VI century BC to the IV century BC, structured in different typologies: craters, amphoras, lekanes, dynoi, kàntharoi, hydriae, etc. Here, we present, for the first time ever, a research that starts from the pho- togrammetric survey of very ancient potteries, characterized by a double and triple curvature. Once we analysed the geometry of the models, we unwrapped the surfaces of the vases, normalizing the figures and calculating their defor- mations. After that, thanks to the archaeologist’s support, we modelled the 3D scene, developing a digital segmentation of the space. Thanks to this method- ology, it is possible to understand better the scenes, enriching the ‘silent’ finds and giving a new way to enhance the Cultural Heritage, though a semantic and a more communicative dissemination.
|Titolo:||From the Vascular Art to the Representation of the Scene: Build, Deconstruct, Rebuild|
FATTA, Francesca [Writing – Original Draft Preparation] (Corresponding)
|Data di pubblicazione:||2020|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||4.1 Contributo in Atti di convegno|