3D modelling and reconstruction
Every technical choice we make in the development of our projects is aimed to reach our foremost goal: to add value to contents. In this sense, “non-contact” 3D reconstruction techniques, such as laser scanning and 3D photogrammetry, stand as the best solutions for adding value to archaeological finds and sites, since they provide high-fidelity digital copies without the need of manipulation, thus avoiding the associated risks.
The copies obtained through this techniques are precious documents by themselves, supporting the protection of intrinsically fragile objects such as archaeological finds but, at the same time, they offer incredible opportunities for adding value to objects: hypothetical reconstructions of missing parts, contextualization in virtual environments, manipulation and close observation by means of multimedia platforms.
With more than 300 finds acquired and reconstructed in several museums in Calabria and beyond, we have developed a process that gives outstanding and constantly improving results.