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Title 3D DOCUMENTATION OF CULTURAL HERITAGE SITES USING DRONE AND PHOTOGRAMMETRY: A CASE STUDY OF PHILIPPINE UNESCO-RECOGNIZED BAROQUE CHURCHES
Posted by January Febro
Authors Febro, January
Publication date 2020
Journal International Transaction Journal of Engineering, Management, & Applied Sciences & Technologies
Volume 11
Pages 11A8M: 1-14
Publisher TuEngr Group
Abstract Cultural heritage sites are legacies that must be preserved. However, anytime it can be ruined, no one can guarantee its continuance. For this reason, one should ensure that they are well-documented. In this study, a photogrammetry technique was used to generate 3D replicas of the Philippine Baroque churches that can be viewed online. A drone was used to acquire data images to test its feasibility as a practical and viable inexpensive tool for digital cultural heritage site documentation. The conclusion of this study greatly benefits the nation considering that digital documentation of cultural heritage sites as the Baroque churches were possible to accomplished by simply using a low-cost, non-intrusive technique, ideal for documenting cultural heritage sites with a high level of accuracy. Furthermore, key factors to be considered for outdoor, large-sites photogrammetry using drones were presented.
Index terms / Keywords Drone photogrammetry; Cultural Heritage 3D Documentation; Photogrammetry workflow; Drone survey; Church 3D model; Digital cultural heritage site documentation.
DOI https://doi.org/10.14456/itjemast.2020.154
URL https://tuengr.com/V11A/11A8MM.pdf