Studies in Digital Heritage

Studies in Digital Heritage publishes peer-reviewed articles, monographs, and special issues treating the entire gamut of topics in the field of Digital Heritage. ISSN 2574-1748

 

The Capitoline Red Faun

Annotated 3D model of the red-marble sculpture of a faun known as the Capitoline Red Faun. Found in Hadrian’s Villa, Tivoli, in 1736 and donated to the Capitoline Museums in Rome by Pope Benedict XIV in 1746, its conservation state report has been attached to the 3D model though location-based annotations.

See the interactive annotated 3D model on Sketchfab at https://skfb.ly/ULMr
 
 

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Perceiving Cultural Heritage Through Digital Technologies

Guest Editors:

  • Perla Gianni Falvo, Researcher on Art Perception and Exhibition Design, Studi Uniti, Florence, Italy
  • Massimo Bergamasco, Director of the Laboratory of Perceptual Robotics (PERCRO), Scuola Superiore S.Anna, Pisa, Italy
  • Giovanni Valeri Manera, Art Economist, Milan, Italy 

Submission deadline: February 28th, 2018 

 
 
 
 
 
 
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Vol 1, No 2 (2017)

 

Table of Contents

Regular Articles

Angela Marie Ratigan
123-164

Cultural Heritage and New Technologies 2016

Wolfgang Börner, Susanne Uhlirz
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Reiner Göldner
165-181
Philipp Gerth, Anne Sieverling, Martina Trognitz
182-193
Valentijng Gilissen, Hella Hollander
194-205
Wouter Boasson, Ronald M. Visser
206-224
Martina Polig
225-238
Christoph Fürst, Nikolaus Studnicka, Martin Pfennigbauer
239-250
Vernelle A. A Noel
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251-268
Carlo Battini, Elena Sorge
269-281
Anna Margherita Jasink, Cristian Faralli, Panaiotis Kruklidis
282-297
Stefano Marziali, Giulia Dionisio
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298-309
Takehiko Nagakura, Daniel Tsai, Joshua Choi
PDF
310-325
Daniël Stiller, Willem Frans Beex
PDF
326-343
Benjamin Nicolas Hoeke, David Bibby
PDF
344-363
Daniela Marcu Istrate, Annamaria Diana
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364-379
Fabrizio Ivan Apollonio, Federico Fallavollita, Elisabetta Caterina Giovannini, Riccardo Foschi, Salvatore Corso
380-395
Jonas Christen
396-408
Eiman Elgewely
PDF
409-427
Justyna Kolenda, Małgorzata Markiewicz
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428-443
Slawomir Kowal, Krzysztof Koszewski, Jan Słyk, Stefan Wrona
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444-455
Piotr Kuroczynski
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456-476
Lucia Marsicano, Saverio Giulio Malatesta, Francesco Lella, Emanuela D'Ignazio, Eleonora Massacci, Simone Onofri
477-490
András Patay-Horváth, Leif Christiansen
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491-500
Beatrix Szabó, József Laszlovszky, András Fehér, Gábor Bödő, Gyula Dabrónaki, Konsztantinosz Hadzijanisz, Réka Lovas, László Pipis, Dóra Surina, Barnabás Vári
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501-517
Giorgio Verdiani, Martina Carrara, Stefano Lami
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518-536
Stefanie Wefers, Ashish Karmacharya, Mieke Pfarr-Harfst, Frank Boochs
537-546
Marco Block, Cyril Dworsky, Carmen Löw, Helena Seidl da Fonseca, Benjamin Gehmlich, Dennis Wittchen, Niklaas Görsch, Paulina Suchowska, Benjamin Ducke
547-565
Marco Block, Benjamin Gehmlich, Damian Hettmanczyk
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566-589
Jana Minaroviech
PDF
590-606
Colin Allan Bruce Wallace
PDF
607-626
Carmen Loew, Elisabeth Monamy, Fiona Poppenwimmer, Helena Seidl da Fonseca
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627-641
Irmela Herzog
642-660
Willem Frans Beex
661-670
Anna Livia Ciuffreda, Elena Juarez Alonso, Petronilla Patti, Sara Soldaini
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671-681
Giulia Dionisio, Daniela Puzio
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682-691
Gerald Hiebel, Klaus Hanke, Gert Goldenberg, Markus Staudt, Caroline Grutsch
692-699
Angela Mancuso
700-718
Angela Mancuso, Andrea Pasquali, Giorgio Verdiani
719-734
Fabrizia Giannotti, Andrea Leonardi, Andrea Pasquali
735-749
Elisa Sgherri, Giovanni Anzani
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750-768
Veronica Villa, Tatiana Pignatale, Ilenia Tramentozzi
769-784
Tomoyuki Usami, Alisher Begmatov, Takao Uno
785-796