(n. 4), The work carried out in the Church of St. Bartholomew and St. Stephen of Bergamo, is a clear example of application of a methodology based on the integration of various methodologies, aimed at the conservation and enhancement of cultural heritage. The activities concerned the architectural survey of the building as well as the creation of a virtual tour based on immersive photography techniques. (n.97) The work was based on a careful “reading” of the edifice, its environment and its contents, made by integrating archival and documentary analysis and different survey methods (GPS, total station, 3D laser scanning, portable measurement arm and based on the handheld laser scanner technology and image based modeling techniques). It aimed at suggesting the proper interventions to conserve and enhance the design process developed by the author. It, also, intended to contribute to the definition of a new approach to the museum visitor experiences. (I.14) In the framework of a multidisciplinary project directed by Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, a team from the Italian Universities of Enna KORE and Bergamo conducted an in-depth and multi-scale survey of the Old town of Bar. To this end, high-resolution satellite imagery, terrestrial laser scanning and conventional methodologies for the direct material characterization and the assessment of conservation status of some of the most interesting building were used. This work concerns in particular the Doge’s Palace and the church of St. Catherine.

SS. Bartolomeo and Stefano Church in Bergamo (n. 4), the Paolo Orsi Museum in Syracuse (n. 97), the Fortified citadel: the Doge palace and St. Catherina Church in Stari Bar, Montenegro (I.14)

VERSACI, ANTONELLA;FAUZIA, LUCA RENATO;INDELICATO, DAVIDE;
2014

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(n. 4), The work carried out in the Church of St. Bartholomew and St. Stephen of Bergamo, is a clear example of application of a methodology based on the integration of various methodologies, aimed at the conservation and enhancement of cultural heritage. The activities concerned the architectural survey of the building as well as the creation of a virtual tour based on immersive photography techniques. (n.97) The work was based on a careful “reading” of the edifice, its environment and its contents, made by integrating archival and documentary analysis and different survey methods (GPS, total station, 3D laser scanning, portable measurement arm and based on the handheld laser scanner technology and image based modeling techniques). It aimed at suggesting the proper interventions to conserve and enhance the design process developed by the author. It, also, intended to contribute to the definition of a new approach to the museum visitor experiences. (I.14) In the framework of a multidisciplinary project directed by Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, a team from the Italian Universities of Enna KORE and Bergamo conducted an in-depth and multi-scale survey of the Old town of Bar. To this end, high-resolution satellite imagery, terrestrial laser scanning and conventional methodologies for the direct material characterization and the assessment of conservation status of some of the most interesting building were used. This work concerns in particular the Doge’s Palace and the church of St. Catherine.
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