3D model of the Basilica of San Giorgio Maggiore
Lucida is a high-resolution 3D laser scanner, custom built by Factum Arte with the financial support of the Factum Foundation. Conceived and developed by the artist Manuel Franquelo, this system is the result of more than fourteen years of research in the field of recording the surface of paintings and low-relief objects © Oak Taylor Smith for Factum Arte
Detail of the Lucida 3D Scanner digitising the surface of an un-signed painting known as Chrysanthemums in a Green Vase in a private collection, 2016 © Factum Foundation
2021 October 13, 14, 27, 28; November 4, 18 – 6 online meetings of 2 hour each, from 4.30 to 6.30 pm
The course AOA | Three-dimensional digitization, entirely curated by Factum Foundation, partner of Fondazione Giorgio Cini, will expand and deepen into the concepts and practices of 3D digitization for Cultural Heritage.
Two types of lessons are presented: classes focusing on theoretical aspects and case studies, workshops demonstrating the application of a particular technology that has been discussed in the previous class.
The course has come to an end but you can find the recordings of all lessons on the YouTube channel of Fondazione Giorgio Cini (here the link to the dedicated playlist).
Carlos Bayod Lucini
Class 1: Recording the relief of paintings (Carlos Bayod)
Workshop 1: The Lucida 3D Scanner (Carlos Bayod, Guendalina Damone)
Workshop on Lucida 3D Scanner
Class 2: Recording (and reproducing) surface and shape (Carlos Bayod)
3D and colour recording of an object’s surface and shape employing close-range photogrammetry with complementary 3D scanning methods: reliefs, sculptures, architectural elements, rock art, city and landscape, etc. production of facsimiles through the combination of digital technology and craft skills.
Workshop 2: Close-range photogrammetry (Carlos Bayod, Otto Lowe)
Workshop on close-range photogrammetry
Workshop 3: Stereo-photometric recording (Carlos Bayod, Jorge Cano)
Workshop on stereo-photometric recording
Class 3: Digital restoration and analysis (Carlos Bayod, Irene Gaumé)