The ever more frequently use of undestructive scientific investigation techniques in the field of study and conservation regarding works of art, points out that the operational practice in these sectors is being increasingly supported by scientific advanced research, leaving therefore the purely and solely handcraft feature of the restoring interventions, as up to now performed. Resorting to this different methodology relies upon the fact that, prior to perform the work, it allows to plan the way of execution, the procedural sequence and the possible effects, reducing considerably the risk related to the restoring of whatever work of art. The cooperation and the integration between different disciplines, belonging both to classical and technical-scientific field of study, are being generated ever more from the beginning, i.e. already in the phases of study and documentation about the object, as in the case of a photogrammetric survey. The photogrammetric technique has several advantages, related not only to the recovering of the metrical and morphological conditions of the work of art, but also to the capability to perform further investigations through the models, which result by the application of this kind of survey technique. In that sense, the use of the photogrammetry, through the final model, allows to test the response at several stresses, which the object could be undergone, and to optimize any restoring action. In this last field, the main advantage of using the photogrammetry relies upon the generation of a final model, at certain scale, similar to the surveyed object, on which all distance and leveling measurements between visible points can be executed. Therefore one is able to carry out a survey of the whole object reducing at least the amount of direct measurements on the field. Through photogrammetry is then possible to recover the shape, the dimension and the absolute position of any object, regardless its size, and to execute any metrical operation on it. This is the way that it has been choosed for the survey of the “Palazzo della Ragione” in Padua, according to a project for the restoring of the monument.

Digital Photogrammetry Survey of Palazzo Ragione in Padova

VETTORE, ANTONIO;GUARNIERI, ALBERTO
1999

Abstract

The ever more frequently use of undestructive scientific investigation techniques in the field of study and conservation regarding works of art, points out that the operational practice in these sectors is being increasingly supported by scientific advanced research, leaving therefore the purely and solely handcraft feature of the restoring interventions, as up to now performed. Resorting to this different methodology relies upon the fact that, prior to perform the work, it allows to plan the way of execution, the procedural sequence and the possible effects, reducing considerably the risk related to the restoring of whatever work of art. The cooperation and the integration between different disciplines, belonging both to classical and technical-scientific field of study, are being generated ever more from the beginning, i.e. already in the phases of study and documentation about the object, as in the case of a photogrammetric survey. The photogrammetric technique has several advantages, related not only to the recovering of the metrical and morphological conditions of the work of art, but also to the capability to perform further investigations through the models, which result by the application of this kind of survey technique. In that sense, the use of the photogrammetry, through the final model, allows to test the response at several stresses, which the object could be undergone, and to optimize any restoring action. In this last field, the main advantage of using the photogrammetry relies upon the generation of a final model, at certain scale, similar to the surveyed object, on which all distance and leveling measurements between visible points can be executed. Therefore one is able to carry out a survey of the whole object reducing at least the amount of direct measurements on the field. Through photogrammetry is then possible to recover the shape, the dimension and the absolute position of any object, regardless its size, and to execute any metrical operation on it. This is the way that it has been choosed for the survey of the “Palazzo della Ragione” in Padua, according to a project for the restoring of the monument.
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