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Languages: Spanish; Castilian
Types: Article
Subjects: patrimonio cultural, infograf??a, fotogrametr??a, cultural heritage, computer graphics, photogrammetry
[ES] Los modelos virtuales de edificios hist??ricos u otros elementos patrimoniales cuentan con una gran variedad de aplicaciones relacionadas, sobre todo, con la difusi??n y multimedia. Aunque en muchas ocasiones se trata de productos eminentemente inform??ticos en los que la componente geom??trica y, por lo tanto topogr??fica, es muy limitada, existen aplicaciones, como los estudios hist??ricos, en los cuales, es necesario que estos modelos representen fielmente la geometr??a y las texturas. En estos casos, los modelos pueden considerarse como productos cartogr??ficos. A continuaci??n se hace una recapitulaci??n de las conclusiones a las que hemos llegado durante los ??ltimos dos a??os despu??s de haber desarrollado una veintena de proyectos en este campo. [EN] Virtual models of historic buildings and other elements of heritage have a great variety of applications particularly related with the dissemination and multimedia. Although in many cases they are mainly visual products with scarce geometric value, for some purposes ???such as the historical studies- it is compulsory that the models represent fairly both the geometry and the visual appearance (texture) and, therefore, they have to be considered as cartographic outcomes. This paper presents some of the conclusions drawn from about twenty projects on this topic.
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