Case Study – The exhibition “Archeologia Invisibile” at Museo Egizio of Turin

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All the data collected for the case study have been kindly provided by the Photography Department of the Museo Egizio of Turin, which set up a truly innovative temporary exhibition named Archeologia Invisibile back in March 2019.

Archaeometry played a key role for this exhibition along with photogrammetry, whose aim was that of unveiling the unique hidden stories of several archaeological findings through their 3D models and the usage of disciplines such as chemistry, physics and radiology that went beyond their exterior appearance.

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