Caracalla IVD: un tuffo nel passato. Come nasce un progetto di visita immersiva

Autori

  • Francesco Cochetti Coopculture
  • Francesco Antinucci Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (C.N.R.)
  • Claudio Rufa E.V.O.C.A.
  • Massimiliano Forlani E.V.O.C.A
  • Giuseppe Polegri DINAMOLAB
  • Juliana Fisichella Coopculture

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.48258/arc.v9i2.1549

Parole chiave:

Realtí  virtuale, 3D, Fotogrammetria, modellazione 3D, ricostruzione virtuale, archeologia, Caracalla, accessibilití , portabilití , scientificití , sostenibilití , emozionale,

Abstract

In recent years, the number of visitors to archaeological areas has increased enormously and so it has become necessary to ensure that everyone can understand the ruins of the past. Information and digital technology are now playing an enormous role in disseminating knowledge, especially by means of video reconstructions and "look all around you” 3D vision.

Thanks to a special joint project by the Special Superintendence of Rome, Coopculture and the Institute of Cognitive Science and Technology of the National Research Council, this innovative technology has been put to use at the Baths of Caracalla in Rome, now the first archaeological site in Italy that can be toured entirely in 3D.

This portable technology is straightforward, using a 3D headset and cardboard virtual reality.

##submission.downloads##

Pubblicato

2018-09-12

Come citare

Cochetti, F., Antinucci, F., Rufa, C., Forlani, M., Polegri, G., & Fisichella, J. (2018). Caracalla IVD: un tuffo nel passato. Come nasce un progetto di visita immersiva. Archeomatica, 9(2). https://doi.org/10.48258/arc.v9i2.1549

Fascicolo

Sezione

Documentazione