The study looks at the numerous ruined fortified medieval sites throughout the Sicilian territory. Their value in terms of landscape and historical memory are significant, yet unfortunately, they are not very usable and quite often, a metrically reliable graphic representation does not exist for them.The methodology chosen required a primarily image-based drone survey and an elaboration of data aimed at obtaining both 2D and 3D drawings as well as a virtual reality application to provide an instrument of knowledge and a virtual use of the sites. The paper presents the results of a case study carried out on the Castle of Nicosia (Enna).

FROM THE INTEGRATED SURVEY TO THE VIRTUAL ENJOYMENT OF THE RUINED, FORTIFIED SITES. THE CASE STUDY OF THE CASTLE OF NICOSIA (ENNA)

Mariangela Liuzzo
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Dario Caraccio;Egidio di Maggio;
2020

Abstract

The study looks at the numerous ruined fortified medieval sites throughout the Sicilian territory. Their value in terms of landscape and historical memory are significant, yet unfortunately, they are not very usable and quite often, a metrically reliable graphic representation does not exist for them.The methodology chosen required a primarily image-based drone survey and an elaboration of data aimed at obtaining both 2D and 3D drawings as well as a virtual reality application to provide an instrument of knowledge and a virtual use of the sites. The paper presents the results of a case study carried out on the Castle of Nicosia (Enna).
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