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3D historical models: the case studies of Liege and Nantes

Abstract : This article presents two 3D historical enriched models projects; Nantes 1900 and Virtual Leodium. They are both based on mock-ups realised in the early 20th century. They share the same goal; creating participatory and evolutionary historical knowledge models, built on a 3D virtual copy of original mock-ups. Both projects are described and compared with specific highlight on methodological similarities. Adopted laserscanning technologies and object reconstruction methods are described. Although information modelling strategies are a bit different, they both use, at least partially, CityGML standards for structuring 3D information. Challenges and future collaborations are sketched at the end of the paper.
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Roland Billen, Cyril Carré, Vincent Delfosse, Benjamin Hervy, Florent Laroche, et al.. 3D historical models: the case studies of Liege and Nantes. COST Action TU801: Semantic Enrichment of 3D city models for sustainable urban development - Workshop, Apr 2012, Bologne, Italy. pp.19-26. ⟨hal-00736628⟩

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