Methods and tools to enjoy and to study inaccessible Heritage
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(issn: 2194-9034, eissn: 2194-9034)
Our research on a multi-purpose survey of cultural Heritage located in UNESCO Historical Centre of Naples has the following
goals: to test some innovative strategies to improve public enjoyment for inaccessible sites; to explore the use of some interactive
systems to study heritage in remote; to explore how to access the information system through AR applications. In this paper we are
going to focus on comparison between interactive system to access 3D data and photogrammetric processing of panoramic images.
We investigated on: a. the use of 360° panorama for 3D restitutions; b. the use of 360° panorama as an interface to 3D data to extract
real 3D coordinates and accurately measure distances; c. the use of 3D PDF to access a 3D database.