Digital technologies as online virtual experiences are more and more emerging and widespread as dissemination tool of culture and education, recreating the past of historical sites and enabling the ‘unreal’ visualization of no more visible configuration. The present paper illustrates the topic, aims and first analysis related to the first year of research, in the context of the ‘Turin 1911’ international project. The recreation of a virtual world dedicated to the first World’s Fair held in Italy in 1911 is based on digital technologies exploited by Geomatics; the development of an up-to-date online platform containing original textual and graphical documentation aims to support the diffusion of a human-drive technoculture. Firstly the Turin 1911 project mission and vision, related researches and already achieved results are reported. Secondly, the core of the paper explores the preliminary investigations about historical research and geodatabase development related to the Turin 1911 project, finally interesting perspectives are considered.

Towards online 3D archive of historical site: the Turin 1911 world's fair / Spreafico, Alessandra; Della Coletta, Cristina. - ELETTRONICO. - (2021), pp. 487-490. ((Intervento presentato al convegno ARQUEOLÓGICA 2.0 – 9th International Congress on Archaeology, Computer Graphics, Cultural Heritage and Innovation. GEORES – 3rd GEOmatics and pREServation tenutosi a València nel 26–28 April 2021.

Towards online 3D archive of historical site: the Turin 1911 world's fair

Spreafico, Alessandra;
2021

Abstract

Digital technologies as online virtual experiences are more and more emerging and widespread as dissemination tool of culture and education, recreating the past of historical sites and enabling the ‘unreal’ visualization of no more visible configuration. The present paper illustrates the topic, aims and first analysis related to the first year of research, in the context of the ‘Turin 1911’ international project. The recreation of a virtual world dedicated to the first World’s Fair held in Italy in 1911 is based on digital technologies exploited by Geomatics; the development of an up-to-date online platform containing original textual and graphical documentation aims to support the diffusion of a human-drive technoculture. Firstly the Turin 1911 project mission and vision, related researches and already achieved results are reported. Secondly, the core of the paper explores the preliminary investigations about historical research and geodatabase development related to the Turin 1911 project, finally interesting perspectives are considered.
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