The mechanism of digital documentation and upgrading for the historical buildings and restoring their historical status using 3D scanning technology and projection mapping facades
Keywords:projection mapping, 3D laser scanning, Augmented Reality, digital image photogrammetry
This paper discusses the mechanism of digital documentation and upgrading for historical buildings using 3D scanning technology and projection mapping facades. It reviews the current state-of-the-art documentation technologies and emphasizes the importance of careful planning and consideration of the documentation process and its objectives. The digital documentation of heritage buildings is seen as a two-phase procedure, involving the acquisition of necessary data using various data capture tools. The documentation process incorporates a diverse range of data formats, from quantitative to qualitative and tangible to intangible. Additionally, the paper explores the use of digital technologies such as photogrammetry and laser scanning for three-dimensional modeling and compares them to the current standard. It also addresses the feasibility of a universal file format for archival purposes and discusses progress towards this goal. A case study of the Egyptian museum in Cairo, Egypt, is presented to demonstrate the application of laser scanning technology in the digital documentation process. The paper further discusses heritage building information modeling (HBIM) principles and their application in digital documentation. Overall, this manuscript provides a comprehensive overview of digital documentation and upgrading for historical buildings, covering various aspects of the process and presenting case studies to illustrate the application of digital technologies in historic documentation.
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