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A multidisciplinary approach to digital archaeology

Rodolfo Maria Strollo, Saverio D'Auria, Fabrizio De Silla


The aim of the paper is to investigate the potentiality offered by a multidisciplinary methodology in order to create a simply usable digital database, which is always available and scientifically efficient that can be used for different purposes related to the cultural heritage (scientific research, maintenance work, restoration, cultural valorisation, tourism promotion). The database is made up of info-graphic models obtained by three-dimensional surveys which are metrically and chromatically reliable. Furthermore, they are the representation of a virtual reality 'augmented' of historical, iconographic-documentary and archival information related to the heritage. The case of study on which this methodological approach has been experimented is the archaeological area of Tuscolo, on the Alban Hills in the south of Rome.


augmented reality; cultural heritage; 3d modeling; archaeological survey; Universal Design

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