The Lucida 3D Scanner recording the surface of Caravaggio’s ‘Burial of St. Lucy’ in the Chiesa di Santa Lucia alla Badia, Syracuse. The data was used to create a facsimile of the painting, on display at Mart Rovereto (October 9th 2020 – February 14th 2021), curated by Vittorio Sgarbi. Image courtesy of Factum Foundation.
15 and 18 December 2020 – from 3 to 5 pm
January 2021 – dates to be defined
The Giorgio Cini Foundation presents the AOA – ARCHiVe Online Academy courses, six chapters dedicated to the conservation of cultural heritage between analogue and digital.
This course, the fifth appointment of the season, will deal with the digitization techniques of three-dimensional materials tested and used by Factum Foundation.
The theoretical lessons on tools, on the digitization and development process that will be held on 15 and 18 December 2020, will be followed by a photogrammetry workshop applied to cultural heritage.
This second part, scheduled for January 2021, will allow users to become familiar with photogrammetric survey techniques through the use of digital cameras (professional and otherwise).
The course will be held in Italian and English.
Carlos Bayod Lucini, architect, Factum Foundation project director
Guendalina Damone, Factum Foundation Italy project manager
15 December 2020, 3 pm – 5 pm
Lucida 3D Scanner: understanding an artwork through its surface
18 December 2020, 3 pm – 5 pm
Digital technology and facsimiles: a non contact approach to Heritage preservation
Workshop – Photogrammetry applied to cultural heritage
How to participate
The lessons with limited places will be held live on the Zoom platform; registration is required by completing the following online application form by 12 noon Thursday 10 December 2020.
You will receive an immediate reply and confirmation of participation.
If there are no places left for the live session, you will receive a link to watch the course on Fondazione Giorgio Cini YouTube channel.