From semantic-aware digital models to Augmented Reality applications for Architectural Heritage conservation and restoration

Medici M., Maietti F., Ferrari F.
The paper presents the integration of Augmented Reality (AR) and Mixed Reality (MR) tools for the built Heritage management and control, both remote and on-site, and real time interaction, starting from a preliminary set of experimentation carried out for knowledge and tourism purposes. Within the framework of these experimentations, specific data inventories are related to the IFC model, and all these data are collected on a cloud-based platform, allowing the "dialogue" among platform and
more » ... cations. Therefore, BIM integration is the first step of the procedure, considering a workflow where data capturing, digital documentation, and data modeling and aggregation are the entry level to manage applications able to give an added value in gaining the greatest technical benefit from digitization. Mapping the main features and the state of conservation is the second step, including geometric features, historical knowledge, documents and pictures re-
doi:10.20365/disegnarecon.26.2021.17 fatcat:al4mhe2v3zc3znw7crrwkyddi4