Sistemi innovativi per la rappresentazione delle trasformazioni del costruito storico: la facciata del Duomo di Napoli

Di Luggo, Antonella and Di Dato, Gabriella (2016) Sistemi innovativi per la rappresentazione delle trasformazioni del costruito storico: la facciata del Duomo di Napoli. In: Delli Aspetti de Paesi. Vecchi e nuovi Media per l’Immagine del Paesaggio. Tomo secondo: Rappresentazione, memoria, conservazione. Storia e iconografia dell’architettura, delle città e dei siti europei (1). CIRICE - Centro Interdipartimentale di Ricerca sull’Iconografia della Città Europea, Napoli, pp. 209-217. ISBN 978-88-99930-01-1

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Naples is a highly stratified city, in which the urban structure results from the alternation of structures and empty spaces. The cognition of the city depends both on its layout and the fundamental role of the individual monuments in understanding the overall image. This is a complex landscape, resulting from inexorable processes of continuous adjustments. The representation of these transformations leads to understanding, and stimulates memories of the past. In fact, representation enables a synchronic reading of the various configurations that the sites have assumed over time, and itself becomes an expressive sign of the city character. The paper presents the results of a study concerning the urban space facing the Cathedral of Naples, strongly characterized by the presence of the church and by the different configurations that it has assumed over time. Bibliographic and archival research, together with the results of a photogrammetric survey, have permitted 3D modelling based on photography. The models have been used to generate an augmented reality spatial system, obtained through innovative techniques of projection mapping.

Item Type: Book Section
Uncontrolled Keywords: Rappresentazione, Comunicazione, Fotomodellazione, Video Mapping, Duomo di Napoli, Rapresentation, Communication, Photomodelling, Naples Cathedral
Subjects: D History General and Old World > D History (General) > D111 Medieval History
Depositing User: dr Vincenzo De Luise
Date Deposited: 11 Feb 2021 04:24
Last Modified: 11 Feb 2021 04:24


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