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INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF PHOTOGRAMMETRY AND REMOTE SENSING
INTERNATIONALE GESELLSCHAFT FÜR PHOTOGRAMMETRIE UND FERNERKUNDUNG
SOCIETE INTERNATIONALE DE PHOTOGRAMMETRIE ET DE TELEDETECTION




International Workshop on

"Vision Techniques for Digital Architectural and Archaeological Archives"

 
1 - 3 July 2003
Hotel La Fonte
Portonovo - Ancona, Italy

 

Organized by:

ISPRS Commission V Working Group 4

"Image Analysis and Spatial Information Systems for Applications in Cultural Heritage"

Hirofumi Chikatsu, Department of Civil Engineering, Tokyo Denki University, Japan
Chairman ISPRS WG V/4, e-mail: chikatsu@g.dendai.ac.jp

Gabriele Fangi, Dipartimento di Architettura, Rilievo, Disegno, Urbanistica e Storia,
Facoltà di Ingegneria - Università Politecnica delle Marche
Co-Chairman ISPRS WG V/4, e-mail: fangi@univpm.it

 

Organization Committee

COMMISSION V WORKING GROUP 4

 

Hirofumi Chikatsu, Department of Civil Engineering, Tokyo Denki University, Japan
Chairman ISPRS WG V/4, e-mail: chikatsu@g.dendai.ac.jp

Gabriele Fangi, Dipartimento di Architettura, Rilievo, Disegno, Urbanistica e Storia,
Facoltà di Ingegneria - Università Politecnica delle Marche
Co-Chairman ISPRS WG V/4, e-mail: fangi@univpm.it

Eva Savina Malinverni, Dipartimento di Architettura, Rilievo, Disegno, Urbanistica e Storia,
Facoltà di Ingegneria - Università Politecnica delle Marche
Researcher, Secretariat Workshop, e-mail: malinverni@univpm.it

 

Workshop Obiectives

The last decade digital architectural photogrammetry has substituted the traditional photogrammetry, because it is simpler, easier to introduce and use in developing countries, suitable for better archiving and exchanging via Internet, suitable for automation, and in the same time faster and getting out of date. But there is still a future for A. photogrammetry, after the entry of laser scanning?
While significant progress has been made recently in projective geometry algorithms by computer vision scientists, improving the efficiency of digital photogrammetry, 14 years later the famous paper "Architectural Photogrammetry world-wide and by anybody with non-metric cameras?", we are asking whether this statement has become true, or rather laser scanning will definitely take over.
Thus, the following objectives will be considered:

  • the state of the art of architectural photogrammetry
  • the contribution of computer vision and computer graphics in terms of algorithms and methods
  • the impact of Virtual Reality, data archiving and Internet connections
  • laser scanning surveys
  • sharing results and experiences