This paper introduces the works, still in process, on the 14 chapels of Sacred Mount of Ossuccio and aims to identify the correct methods of detection and documentation for the study and dissemination of these spectacular complex for the valorisation of their architectural interior spaceThe experimen concern the use of gigapanoramic photos as tools to increase the perception of space represented and to obtain useful images to the study of illusory perspective that is the background to the sculptural scenes.

Il gran teatro alpino nel Sacro Monte di Ossuccio. Progetto e rappresentazione

DE PAOLIS, ROBERTO;MELE, GIAMPIERO
2013-01-01

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This paper introduces the works, still in process, on the 14 chapels of Sacred Mount of Ossuccio and aims to identify the correct methods of detection and documentation for the study and dissemination of these spectacular complex for the valorisation of their architectural interior spaceThe experimen concern the use of gigapanoramic photos as tools to increase the perception of space represented and to obtain useful images to the study of illusory perspective that is the background to the sculptural scenes.
Patrimoni e siti Unesco. Memoria, misura e armonia
9788849227284
prospettiva architettonica, beni culturali, Sacro Monte, scansione laser 3D, morfologia insediativa
illusory perspective, sculptural scenes, settlement morphology, Sacred Mount, 3D laser scanning
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