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Combination of 3D Scanning, Modeling and Analyzing Methods around the Castle of Coatfrec Reconstitution

Abstract : The castle of Coatfrec is a medieval castle in Brittany constituting merely a few remaining ruins currently in the process of restoration. Beyond its great archeological interest, it has become, over the course of the last few years, the subject of experimentation in digital archeology. Methods of 3D scanning were implored in order to gauge comparisons between the remaining structures and their absent hypothetical ones, resulting in the first quantitative results of its kind. This paper seeks to introduce the methods which carried out said research, as well as to present the subsequent results obtained using these new digital tools.
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Jean-Baptiste Barreau, Yann Bernard, Quentin Petit, Laurent Beuchet, Emilien Petit, et al.. Combination of 3D Scanning, Modeling and Analyzing Methods around the Castle of Coatfrec Reconstitution. International Conference on Culturage Heritage, EuroMed, 2014, Nov 2014, Lemessos, Cyprus. pp.418 - 426, ⟨10.1007/978-3-319-13695-0_40⟩. ⟨hal-01094832⟩

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