Studies in Digital Heritage (SDH) is a peer-reviewed academic journal established by the Office of Scholarly Publishing (OSP) and the Virtual World Heritage Lab at Indiana University. The mission of SDH is to promote the open exchange of information and knowledge among researchers, practitioners, policymakers, and others who strive to improve the collection, use, management, preservation, and dissemination of Digitized Cultural Heritage. The vision of SDH is to be the premier forum where the scientific discussion among scholars can be developed, touching the entire gamut of Digital Heritage. SDH publishes peer-reviewed research articles and occasionally non-peer-reviewed materials (e.g., interviews and editorials) with biannual frequency.

SDH is listed on the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) and  SCOPUS

ISSN 2574-1748

Vol. 6 No. 2 (2022)

Digital documentation of the ruins of the grotto triclinium of the Roman Villa of Capo di Sorrento, Italy, shown in the article "Mixing Methods – The Use of 3D Techniques at the Ancient Villa of Capo di Sorrento" by Steven Götz et al., Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany.
The digital 3D model made with photogrammetry integrates reconstructed elements that fill the gaps of lost architectural structures, such as the reconstructed water staircase, which no longer exists today.

Published: 2022-12-31

Mixing Methods

The Use of 3D Techniques at the Ancient Villa of Capo di Sorrento

Bernhard Fritsch, Steven Götz, Wolfgang Filser, Michaela Reinfeld, Christoph Klose, Paolo Vitti


Digitizing an Excavation: A Laser Scanning Database of Maya Architectural Remains

Riccardo Montuori, Laura Gilabert-Sansalvador, Ana Laura Rosado-Torres, Gaspar Muñoz Cosme


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