The student David Moreno Garcia has participated in the 3D-ARCH Congress held in march in Nafpolio (Greece), presenting the paper “3D survey and geometric assessment of a gothic nave vaulting from point clouds”
The student David Moreno Garcia has participated in the 3D-ARCH Congress held in march in Nafpolio (Greece), presenting the paper “3D survey and geometric assessment of a gothic nave vaulting from point clouds” which is co-author, on behalf of the School of Architecture and the research group PatriARQ-Architectural Heritage. The investigation covers the three dimensional geometric analysis of the vaults of the central body of the Gothic Cathedral of Tortosa, from the point cloud previously obtained by means of a terrestrial laser scanner (2013-15 campaigns).
In this seventh edition of the Congress 3D-ARCH (3D Virtual Reconstruction and Visualization of Complex Architectures) the objective was to discuss steps and processes for smart 3D reconstruction, modelling, and accessing and understanding of digital environments from multiple data sources. Some topics discussed were Multi-source data and multi-sensors approaches, low-cost sensors and open-source algorithms for terrestrial 3D modeling, automation in data registration, image matching and 3D reconstruction, point cloud analysis, 4D modelling, procedural modeling, accuracy requirement and assessment in 3D reconstructions, 3D applications in terrestrial and underwater environments, and Virtual and Augmented Reality applied to the visualization and conservation of complex architectures and heritage.