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Thursday, March 31 • 11:45 - 12:10
S25-04 Photomodeling and webmappingn on archeological site of Carthage (Tunisia) and data collection in the museum of Bardo (Tunisia)

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Photomodeling and webmapping on archeological site of Carthage (Tunisia) and data collection in the museum of Bardo (Tunisia)

Meriem Zammel

Abstract
In the context of the project Hologramme: “Harmonize the opportunities related to new guidelines for the management of archaeological Mediterranean resources and development of a network of experiences” between Italy and Tunisia, a multidisciplinary team formed of archeologists, architects, computer scientists worked together in order to showcase Tunisian and Sicilian Heritage by using new technologies.
The aim of this paper is to present our contribution in this project by teaching digital archeology at Tourath association, by Photo modeling objects and statues in site of Carthage and Museum of Bardo, and preparing social media to public in order to help him to understand the particularity of cultural heritage in this area and history, through 3D modeling of monuments and videos. Those objects are witnesses of the past. 
The sponsor of this project for Tunisia is the cultural heritage agency (AMVPPC) which has chosen the society NGI (Maghreb) for the webmapping.
Thereby, interactive maps using web mapping, 3D models of monuments and image based modeling of objects obtained from Autodesk 123 catch were made in order to show the historical stratification of Tunisia.
Automatic image based modeling constitute an accurate and low cost technique. Multiple data sources (Photos, text, 3D model, Photo model…) are used and integrated in a web system in order to show to the visitor a way of understanding and documenting the past.


Thursday March 31, 2016 11:45 - 12:10
Domus Media, Auditorium 13

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