3D Data Life in Cesis Medieval Castle in Latvia
12th International Conference “Environmental Engineering” 2023
Māris Kaļinka, Ingars Eriņš, Ieva Korna, Viktorija Vaivode, Rolands Smirnovs, Lauris Goldbergs, Kirils Gorovojs

3D data is obtained in different periods with different sensors – ground laser scanning, drones, photographies of eralies period and simple measurements. In cultural and historical heritage objects, restoration works are carried out seasonally and in the conditions of available financing. 3D data and its supplementary data have much wider applicability beyond restoration or monitoring works. The data can be transferred to tourism, where it is used both for virtual reality (VR) or augmented reality (AR) technologies, and for the restoration using the HBIM approach. Thus, the data is transferred for re-use for restoration, tourism, and object management. The article discusses the acquisition, processing and application of 3D data for the creation of HBIM with the possibility of use in VR/AR equipment. This paper also examines the issue of updating data after restoration works, covering solutions for data publication. The aim of this work is to diversify the use of data in the long term without re-documenting full objects.

laser scanning, photogrammetry, HBIM, virtual reality, augmented reality

Kaļinka, M., Eriņš, I., Korna, I., Vaivode, V., Smirnovs, R., Goldbergs, L., Gorovojs, K. 3D Data Life in Cesis Medieval Castle in Latvia. In: 12th International Conference “Environmental Engineering”, Lithuania, Vilnius, 27-28 April, 2023. Vilnius: Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, 2023, pp.1-7. e-ISBN 978-609-476-342-7. e-ISSN 2029-7092.

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English (en)
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