Contributions of Virtual Reality depending on the Characteristics of Models : Case Study of three Pre-Hispanic Sites

Abstract : To construct virtual models of the pre-Hispanic archaeological sites of Bonampak, Cacaxtla and Suchilquitongo for their exploration in real time in the immersive virtual reality system of the National University of Mexico (UNAM), we used different methodologies and obtained results with different levels of precision. The relation between these characteristics and their potential for research, teaching and documentation of historical architecture is explained. The three sites have a good amount of mural painting which make them particularly interesting for several disciplines such as history of art, conservation, and archaeology. Nevertheless, each use has specific requirements that the 3 models cover in different ways.
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Geneviève Lucet, Araceli Casas. Contributions of Virtual Reality depending on the Characteristics of Models : Case Study of three Pre-Hispanic Sites. Virtual Retrospect 2005, Robert Vergnieux, Nov 2005, Biarritz, France. pp.107-112. ⟨hal-01760782⟩

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