The goal of this paper is to make a comparative analysis and selection of methodologies for making 3D models of historical items, buildings and cultural heritage and how to preserve information such as temporary exhibitions and archaeological findings. Two of the methodologies analyzed correspond to 3D models using Sketchup and Designing Reality. Finally, panoramic photography is discussed as a 2D alternative to 3D. Sketchup is a free-ware 3D drawing program and Designing Reality is a commercial program, which uses Structure from motion. For each program/method, the same comparative analysis matrix has been used. Prototypes are made partly or fully and evaluated from the point of view of preservation of information by a museum.
Geoprocessing 2014 : the Sixth International Conference on Advanced Geographic Information Systems, Applications, and Services, 2014, p. 149-154
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GEOProcessing 2014 : The Sixth International Conference on Advanced Geographic Information Systems, Applications, and Services