Alessio Cardaci, Pietro Azzola and Antonella Versaci of the Universities of Bergamo and of Enna “Kore”, Italy, exploited photogrammetry to present a comparative study between different 3D assets of the bust of San Nicola da Tolentino, sculpture present in the … Read More
Digital artist Chris Blaser of g3D art-e-motion, along with Circle Lab GmbH, is working on a new Army museum in the area of Montreux, Switzerland. The museum will be opened in 2020 inside the Fort de Chillon, right above the … Read More
Reuben J. Hansman and Uwe Ring of the Department of Geological Sciences of the Stockholm University, presented a workflow for field geologists that includes the usage of aerial photogrammetry to cover the wide area of the Jabal Hafit anticline in … Read More
3Dflow is glad to invite you to Intergeo 2019, the world’s no. 1 event of the geospatial community that will take place in Stuttgart on September 17-18-19, 2019. Get a free ticket and come by us! Hall 1 – booth … Read More
We’re more than happy to announce the collaboration between 3Dflow and the Institute for technologies applied to Cultural Heritage (ITABC) of the Italian National Research Council (CNR). This understanding allows for scientific cooperation between the two parties in which the … Read More
Thanks to Diego Curri from Zerolab for sharing the data in the following case study and for his contribution to its drafting Click here to access the article.
We are very excited and proud to be supporting the Egyptian Museum of Turin as a supplier partner, contributing to the temporary exhibition “Archeologia Invisibile”. The exhibition comes with an immersive journey to discover ancient Egypt by giving the chance … Read More
Thanks to the research unit Dar_Med, a group of teachers and researches of the University of Florence, we can present here the Arch of Caracalla at Volubilis Click here to access the article.
We are proud of announcing Calenzano case study from dataset courtesy of MicroGeo. Calenzano case study