Cultural heritage objects are a rich source of information about human history. Due to the physical nature of these often old and typically rare or unique objects, humanity is at risk of losing this history. Given their importance, preservation is an active area of interest in the research community. While, digitally capturing images of the objects is common practice, we propose a more comprehensive approach to preserving these objects. It involves creating digital models that represent both the three-dimensional shapes of the objects and the materials they are made of.
Padhye, Snehal and Ferwerda, James
"Digital Modeling Of Cultural Heritage Objects,"
Frameless: Vol. 2
, Article 22.
Available at: https://scholarworks.rit.edu/frameless/vol2/iss1/22