The Cortona Heritage Project: documenting, enhancing and spreading the cultural heritage

Paola Puma, Stefano Rossi, Giuseppe Nicastro

Abstract


The Cortona Heritage Project uses the techniques of Virtual heritage to implementing concrete and innovative modes making the very rich cultural heritage accessible for more people and engaging new publics by promoting its knowledge among young generations. The Cortona Heritage Project was founded in 2016 in collaboration between the Department of Architecture of the University of Florence, the Municipality of Cortona and the Museo dell'Accademia Etrusca e della Città di Cortona-MAEC going on three years of didactics and research activities.

Keywords


Cortona; MAEC; Digital Survey, Structure From Motion, Virtual Heritage.

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