The 17th EUROGRAPHICS Workshop on Graphics and Cultural Heritage, held in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina (November 6-9, 2019), is one of the major scientific event in computer graphics applied to cultural heritage. The workshop aims to foster an international dialogue between ICT experts and CH scientists to advance the understanding of critical requirements for processing, managing, and delivering cultural information to a broad audience.
This year, the Visual Computing group of the CRS4, in collaboration with the University of Verona, presents a novel versatile approach for web-based multi-layered exploration of annotated image-based shape and material models. Full deatails are presented in the following paper:
Alberto Jaspe Villanueva, Ruggero Pintus, Andrea Giachetti, and Enrico Gobbetti. Web-based Multi-layered Exploration of Annotated Image-based Shape and Material Models. In The 16th Eurographics Workshop on Graphics and Cultural Heritage, November 2019.
This work will be presented by Alberto Jaspe Villanueva. Moreover, he has been invited to give a talk in a panel of experts about 3D annotation of Digital Representations of Cultural Heritage (for details, see the technical program).
Together with the scientific contribution, an additional outcome of this work is the open implementation of the architecture presented in the paper, i.e., a web-based visualization tool freely available here http://vicserver.crs4.it/marlie/about.html and very easy to integrate and use even by non-experts (e.g., scholars in the humanities).
The work is supported by the Sardinian Regional Authorities under projects VIGECLAB and TDM (POR FESR 2014-2020 Action 1.2.2).