Historic Center of Montepulciano

Original name

Montepulciano

Geographic Area

Montepulciano - Italy

Reference Project

Documentation of Montepulciano

Site description

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Credits

Promoted by
Municipality of Montepulciano (Italy)

Coordinator
Sandro Parrinello
Stefano Bertocci

Partnership
UNIPV, University of Pavia
UNIFI, University of Florence

Survey Activities

Laser Scanner
Sandro Parrinello
Andrea Pagano
Filippo Sani

Terrestrial Photogrammetry
Sara Bua
Francesca Picchio

Photo
Sara Bua
Francesca Picchio

Post production Activities

2D Drawings
Sandro Parrinello
Filippo Sani
Filippo Bardini
Sara Bua
Francesca Picchio
Andrea Pagano

3D model
Filippo Bardini

  • Gallery

Documentation Methodology

The research activity that has been carried out over the years in collaboration with local institutions, has provided for the planning of acquisition and processing operations divided into three phases: planning of the methodologies for the realization of the three-dimensional system and acquisition and organization of data, realization of a three-dimensional model including mappings of the individual fronts with the use of photoplane , importing the three-dimensional model into the remote navigation platform.

Following a collection of data relating to the different fronts through the documentation activity, we moved on to the management of the database management systems through S.I.T. and G.I.S. to facilitate the dissemination of the data collected. Subsequently, the lowpoly three-dimensional model of the whole Municipality was elaborated to which the texture for each building was applied. The model you create turns out to be light enough to be exported in full to realtime display programs.

Bibliography

Parrinello, S. (2020). La solitudine delle chiese russe nella regione dell’Upper Kama. Un immenso eremo e un paesaggio culturale al confine dell’Europa. (eds by) Stefano Bertocci, Sandro Parrinello. Architettura Eremitica Sistemi Progettuali e Paesaggi culturali Atti del V convegno Internazionale di Studi Certosa di Firenze. 147-156