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An itinerary for experiencing and understanding the pictorial apparatuses in the SS. Trinità dei Monti monastery in Rome

Francesco Bergamo, Giuseppe D'Acunto, Alessio Bortot, Cristian Boscaro, Andrea Gion

Abstract


This article describes the process of designing an itinerary for the fruition of the theoretical contents belonging to the XVII Century anamorphic pictorial works within the the SS. Trinità dei Monti monastery in Rome. By means of new technologies for virtual and augmented reality, we propose two systems for educating a wide audience to the cultural heritage, capable of promoting the complexity of the Baroque projective geometry principles through a performance rich in contents. The working phases and the results, here summarized, can be considered as a prototypic case study within the wide context of the Digital Heritage studies: it underlines how the effectiveness of the two devices designed and partly built, a smartphone App and a Video Mapping show, is strictly related t a cultural awareness which is essential to reveal the depth of the contents by means of the most suitable communication strategies.


Keywords


Trinità dei Monti; Digital Heritage; Video Mapping; Realtà Aumentata

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