Martina Ballarin

Martina Ballarin
Università Iuav di Venezia | IUAV · Department of Architecture, Construction and Conservation

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3D printing has seen a recent massive diffusion for several applications, not least the field of Cultural Heritage. Being used for different purposes, such as study, analysis, conservation or access in museum exhibitions, 3D printed replicas need to undergo a process of validation also in terms of metrical precision and accuracy. The Laboratory of...
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The new geomatics techniques have the aim of responding to the needs of damage documentation, risk assessment and providing support for managing and sharing data in emergency and danger conditions. The paper describes the experience of a group of researchers in geomatics and construction techniques at the Iuav University of Venice following the Emi...
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On 20th and 29th of May 2012, two powerful earthquakes struck northern Italy. The epicentres were recorded respectively in Finale Emilia (magnitude 5.9 Ml) and Medolla (magnitude 5.8 Ml) in the province of Modena, though the earthquake was formed by a series of seismic shakes located in the district of the Emilian Po Valley, mainly in the provinces...
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In the last years, the development of 3D technologies applied to the field of Cultural Heritage (CH) has led to results of the utmost importance from the point of view of preservation, valorisation, communication and fruition of our assets. In particular, we experienced many interdisciplinary projects in which, thanks to the cooperation of differen...
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RIASSUNTO Il lavoro riassume i risultati ottenuti da diversi partecipanti alla sessione “benchmark” - uso di immagini UAV per la ricostruzione 3D: esperienze condivise tra utenti, svoltasi nell’ambito del 61° convegno nazionale SIFET (Lecce 8-10 giugno 2016). L’iniziativa ha previsto l’elaborazione di un dataset comune, rappresentato da immagini ac...
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This research is focused on the analysis of the potential of a close range aerial photogrammetry system, which is accessible both in economic terms and in terms of simplicity of use. In particular the Go Pro Hero3 Black Edition and the Parrot Ar. Drone 2.0 were studied. There are essentially two limitations to the system and they were found for bot...
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This work is part of a research branch that studies how to acquire metric, semantic and symbolic information from historical maps without damaging the physical support. The technological growth regarding both mechanical instruments and digital high-resolution sensors allowed the development of suitable tools for the digitization of historical maps...
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Historical maps are an essential documentary heritage for the knowledge of territory. Digitization, in the case of old maps, cannot be a simple high-resolution two- dimensional scan, but it has to detect the geometry of the material support. This work describes part of an on-going project, developed by the Laboratory of Photogrammetry of IUAV U...
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The aim of this work was to analyse the geometry of the four painted walls of the Salone dei Mesi of Palazzo Schifanoia in Ferrara. In this case, different techniques of data acquisition were integrated in order to obtain metric and radiometric data as complete as possible: we performed a laser scanning survey together with a topographic support to...
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Cultural Heritage constitutes a fundamental resource for all Countries, even in economic terms, as it can be considered an extraordinary tourist attraction. This is particularly true for Italy, which is one of the Countries with the richest artistic heritage in the world. For this reason, restoration becomes an essential step towards the conservati...
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The last few years have marked an exponential growth in the use of electronic and computing technologies that opened new possibilities and new scenarios in the Geomatic field. This evolution of tools and methods has led to new ways of approaching survey. For what concerns architecture, the new tools for survey acquisition and 3D modelling allow the...
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The survey of areas damaged by earthquakes presents particular features that distinguish it from the conventional schemes. Each situation is a case on its own and it requires the intervention and the integration of methods and tools that work with non homogeneous precision, but that need to communicate with each other within a single reference syst...

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