An approach for precise 2D/3D semantic annotation of spatially-oriented images for in situ visualization applications
Communication avec acte
Thanks to nowadays technologies, innovative Tools afford to increase our knowledge of historic monuments, in the field of preservation and valuation of cultural heritage. These tools are aimed to help experts to create, enrich and share information on historical buildings. Among the various documentary sources, photographs contain a high level of details about shapes and colors. With the development of image analysis and image-based-modeling techniques, large sets of images can be spatially oriented towards a digital mock-up. For these reasons, digital photographs prove to be an easy to use, affordable and flexible support, for heritage documentation. This article presents, in a first step, an approach for 2D/3D semantic annotations in a set of spatially-oriented photographs (whose positions and orientations in space are automatically estimated). In a second step, we will focus on a method for displaying those annotations on new images acquired by mobile devices in situ. Firstly, an automated image-based reconstruction method produces 3D information (specifically 3D coordinates) by processing a large images set. Then, images are semantically annotated and a process uses the previously generated 3D information inherent to images for the annotations transfer. As a consequence, this protocol provides a simple way to finely annotate a large quantity of images at once instead of one by one. As those images annotations are directly inherent to 3D information, they can be stored as 3D files. To bring up on screen the information related to a building, the user takes a picture in situ. An image processing method allows estimating the orientation parameters of this new photograph inside the already oriented large images base. Then the annotations can be precisely projected on the oriented picture and send back to the user. In this way a continuity of information could be established from the initial acquisition to the in situ visualization
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
An approach for precise 2D/3D semantic annotation of spatially-oriented images for in-situ visualization applications Communication avec acteMANUEL, Adeline; GATTET, Eloi; DE LUCA, Livio; VERON, Philippe (Proceedings of Digital Heritage International Congress DH'13, 2013)Thanks to nowadays technologies, innovative tools afford to increase our knowledge of historic monuments, in the field of preservation and valuation of cultural heritage. These tools are aimed to help experts to create, ...
Laying the foundations for an information system dedicated to heritage building degradation monitoring based on the 2D/3D semantic annotation of photographs Communication avec acteVERON, Philippe; MESSAOUDI, Tommy; MANUEL, Adeline; GATTET, Eloi; DE LUCA, Livio (eurographics, 2014)In the last decade many 3D digitization techniques have emerged allowing the generation of dense and precise digital representations of historical building. However, regardless their level of geometric accuracy or visual ...
Article dans une revue avec comité de lectureMANUEL, Adeline; DE LUCA, Livio; VERON, Philippe (SAGE Journals, 2014)Thanks to recent developments, actual information technologies offer tools for the access to information about cultural heritage buildings. These tools are aimed to help experts to enrich and share information about historic ...
Communication avec acteMANUEL, Adeline; STEFANI, Chiara; DE LUCA, Livio; VERON, Philippe (Proceedings of the XXIV International CIPA Symposium, 2013)In the domain of conservation and promotion of cultural heritage, the development of new information technologies offers new tools for sharing knowledge on heritage building. These tools are destined to help experts to ...
Communication avec acteMANUEL, Adeline; STEFANI, Chiara; DE LUCA, Livio; VERON, Philippe (Proceedings of the 3D-ARCH International Conference, 2013)Today with the development of new information technologies, the domain of conservation and promotion of cultural heritage benefits from new tools to disseminate knowledge on heritage buildings. These tools are intended to ...