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|Title:||Three dimensional modeling via photographs for documentation of a village bath||Authors:||Balta, H. B.
Three dimensional modeling
|Issue Date:||2013||Publisher:||Copernicus GmbH||Source:||Balta, H. B., Hamamcıoğlu Turan, M., and Ocali, O. (2013). Three dimensional modeling via photographs for documentation of a village bath. International Archives of the Photogrammetry Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences, 40(5W2), 79-84.||Abstract:||The aim of this study is supporting the conceptual discussions of architectural restoration with three dimensional modeling of monuments based on photogrammetric survey. In this study, a 16th century village bath in Ulamiş, Seferihisar, and Izmir is modeled for documentation. Ulamiş is one of the historical villages within which Turkish population first settled in the region of Seferihisar - Urla. The methodology was tested on an antique monument; a bath with a cubical form. Within the limits of this study, only the exterior of the bath was modeled. The presentation scale for the bath was determined as 1 / 50, considering the necessities of designing structural interventions and architectural ones within the scope of a restoration project. The three dimensional model produced is a realistic document presenting the present situation of the ruin. Traditional plan, elevation and perspective drawings may be produced from the model, in addition to the realistic textured renderings and wireframe representations. The model developed in this study provides opportunity for presenting photorealistic details of historical morphologies in scale. Compared to conventional drawings, the renders based on the 3d models provide an opportunity for conceiving architectural details such as color, material and texture. From these documents, relatively more detailed restitution hypothesis can be developed and intervention decisions can be taken. Finally, the principles derived from the case study can be used for 3d documentation of historical structures with irregular surfaces.||Description:||24th International CIPA Symposium; Strasbourg; France; 2 September 2013 through 6 September 2013||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/11147/5319||ISSN:||1682-1750
|Appears in Collections:||Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage / Kültür Varlıklarını Koruma ve Onarım|
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