Representation Challenges

A cura di: Andrea Giordano, Michele Russo, Roberta Spallone

Representation Challenges

New Frontieres of AR and AI Research for Cultural Heritage and Innovative Design

Augmented Reality (AR) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) are technological domains that closely interact with space at architectural and urban scale in the broader ambits of cultural heritage and innovative design.
This essays, by reintroducing the combination of Augmented Reality (AR) and Artificial Intelligence (AI), explores its new frontiers. The ambitious goal of this second step was to explore the new boundaries that AR and AI mark in the fields of cultural heritage and innovative design, opening to international studies.

Pages: 464

ISBN: 9788835141945

Edizione:1a edizione 2022

Publisher code: 10342.5

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Augmented Reality (AR) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) are technological domains that closely interact with space at architectural and urban scale in the broader ambits of cultural heritage and innovative design.
This second collection of essays, that originated under the aegis of Representation Challenges, by reintroducing the combination of Augmented Reality (AR) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) explores its new frontiers. The ambitious goal of this second step was to explore the new boundaries that AR and AI mark in the fields of cultural heritage and innovative design, opening to international studies. This goal has been fully achieved and surprisingly surpassed, thanks to the lymph provided by new proposals and new scholars, which we hope - at least in a small part - to have contributed to fuel and stimulate.
Papers' most cited keywords brings out the interests concerning digital technologies, primarily AR and AI, as central themes, and original relationships with digital acquisition methodologies (photogrammetry and UAV photogrammetry), with interpretive and informative visualization (BIM, H-BIM, 3D modelling, VPL, digital fabrication, and mapping), and with visual communication (VR, immersive environment, interactive representation, and hologram).
This book collects 49 papers and 5 keynotes lectures and identify five lines of research that may guide future developments.

Andrea Giordano Dept. of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering, University of Padua.

Michele Russo Dept. of History, Representation and Restoration of Architecture, Sapienza University of Rome.

Roberta Spallone Dept. of Architecture and Design, Politecnico di Torino.

Francesca Fatta, Preface
Andrea Giordano, Michele Russo, Roberta Spallone, Representation Challenges: Searching for New Frontiers of AR and AI Research
Keynote Lectures
Pilar Chías, Tomás Abad, Lucas Fernández-Trapa, AR Applications: Wayfinding at Health Centres for Disabled Users
Roberto D'Autilia, Cultural Heritage between Natural and Artificial Intelligence
Francesca Matrone, Deep Semantic Segmentation of Cultural Built Heritage Point Clouds: Current Results, Challenges and Trends
Camilla Pezzica, Augmented Intelligence In Built Environment Projects
Gabriella Caroti, Andrea Piemonte, Federico Capriuoli, Marco Cisaria, Michela Belli, "Divina!" a Contemporary Statuary Installation
AR&AI Heritage Routes and Historical Sources
Marinella Arena, Gianluca Lax, St. Nicholas of Myra: Reconstruction of the Face between Canon and AI
Greta Attademo, Perspective Paintings of Naples In Augmented Reality
Flaminia Cavallari, Elena Ippoliti, Alessandra Meschini, Michele Russo, Augmented Street Art: a Critical Contents and Application Overview
Giuseppe D'Acunto, Maddalena Bassani, The via Annia in Padua: Digital Narratives for a Roman Consular Road
Marco Fasolo, Laura Carlevaris, Flavia Camagni, Perspective Between Representation and AR: the Apse of the Church of St. Ignatius
Eric Genevois, Lorenzo Merlo, Cosimo Monteleone, Filippo Farsetti and the Dream of a Drawing Academy in Venice
Sara Morena, Angelo Lorusso, Caterina Gabriella Guida, AR to Rediscover Heritage: the Case Study of Salerno Defense System
Fabrizio Natta, Michele Ambrosio, AR for Demolished Heritage: the First Italian Parliament in Turin
Alessandra Pagliano, Between Memory and Innovation: Murals in AR for Urban Requalification in Angri (SA)
Barbara E.A. Piga, Gabriele Stancato, Marco Boffi, Nicola Rainisio, Representation Types and Visualization Modalities in Co-Design Apps
Paola Puma, Giuseppe Nicastro, Media Convergence and Museum Education in the EMODEM Project
Giorgio Verdiani, Pablo Rodriguez-Navarro, Ylenia Ricci, Andrea Pasquali, Fragments of Stories and Arts: Hidden and not so Hidden Stories
Ornella Zerlenga, Rosina Iaderosa, Marco Cataffo, Gabriele Del Vecchio, Vincenzo Cirillo, Augmented Video-Environment for Cultural Tourism
AR&AI Classification and 3D Analysis
Salvatore Barba, Lucas Matias Gujski, Marco Limongiello, Supervised Classification Approach for the Estimation of Degradation
Giorgio Buratti, Sara Conte, Michela Rossi, Proposal for a Data Visualization and Assessment System to Rebalance Landscape Quality
Devid Campagnolo, Point Cloud Segmentation for Scan to BIM: Review of Related Tecniques
Valeria Croce, Sara Taddeucci, Gabriella Caroti, Andrea Piemonte, Massimiliano Martino, Marco Giorgio Bevilacqua, Semantic Mapping of Architectural Heritage via Artificial Intelligence and H-BIM
Giuseppe Di Gregorio, Francesca Condorelli, 3DLAB SICILIA and UNESCO-VR. Models for Cultural Heritage
Sonia Mollica, Connection & Knowledge: from AR to AI. The Case of Sicilian Lighthouses
Andrea Rolando, Domenico D'Uva, Alessandro Scandiffio, Image Segmentation Procedure for Mapping Spatial Quality of Slow Routes
Andrea Tomalini, Edoardo Pristeri, Real-Time Identification of Artifacts: Synthetic Data for AI Model
AR&AI Museum Heritage
Fabrizio Agnello, Mirco Cannella, Marco Geraci, AR/VR Contextualization of the Statue of Zeus from Solunto
Paolo Belardi, Valeria Menchetelli, Giovanna Ramaccini, Camilla Sorignani, MAD Memory Augmented Device: a Virtual Museum of Madness
Massimiliano Campi, Valeria Cera, Francesco Cutugno, Antonella di Luggo, Paolo Giulierini, Marco Grazioso, Antonio Origlia, Daniela Palomba, Virtual Canova: a Digital Exhibition Across MANN and Hermitage Museums
Maria Grazia Cianci, Daniele Calisi, Stefano Botta, Sara Colaceci, Matteo Molinari, Virtual Reality in Future Museums
Fausta Fiorillo, Simone Teruggi, Cecilia Maria Bolognesi, Enhanced Interaction Experience for Holographic Visualization
Isabella Friso, Gabriella Liva, The Rooms of Art. The Virtual Museum as an Anticipation of Reality
Massimiliano Lo Turco, Andrea Tomalini, Edoardo Pristeri, IoT and BIM Interoperability: Digital Twins in Museum Collections
Davide Mezzino, AR and Knowledge Dissemination: the Case of the Museo Egizio
Margherita Pulcrano, Simona Scandurra, AR to Enhance and Raise Awareness of Inaccessible Archaeological Areas
Francesca Ronco, Rocco Rolli, VR, AR and Tactile Replicas for Accessible Museums. The Museum of Oriental Art in Turin
Alberto Sdegno, Veronica Riavis, Paola Cochelli, Mattia Comelli, Virtual and Interactive Reality in Zaha Hadid's Vitra Fire Station
Luca J. Senatore, Francesca Porfiri, Storytelling for Cultural Heritage: the Lucrezio Menandro's Mithraeum
Marco Vitali, Valerio Palma, Francesca Ronco, Promotion of the Museum of Oriental Art in Turin by AR and Digital Fabrication: Lady Yang
AR&AI Building Information Modeling and Monitoring
Fabrizio Banfi, Chiara Stanga, Reliability in HBIM-XR for Built Heritage Preservation and Communication Purposes
Rachele A. Bernardello, Paolo Borin, Annalisa Tiengo, Data Structure for Cultural Heritage. Paintings from BIM to Social Media AR
Daniela De Luca, Matteo Del Giudice, Anna Osello, Francesca Maria Ugliotti, Multi-Level Information Processing Systems in the Digital Twin Era
Elisabetta Doria, Luca Carcano, Sandro Parrinello, Object Detection Techniques Applied to UAV Photogrammetric Survey
Maria Linda Falcidieno, Maria Elisabetta Ruggiero, Ruggero Torti, Information and Experimentation: Custom Made Visual Languages
Andrea Giordano, Alberto Longhin, Andrea Momolo, Collaborative BIM-AR Workflow for Maintenance of Built Heritage
Valerio Palma, Roberta Spallone, Luca Capozucca, Gianpiero Lops, Giulia Cicone, Roberto Rinauro, Connecting AR and BIM: a Prototype App
Fabiana Raco, Marcello Balzani, Built Heritage Digital Documentation Through BIM-Blockchain Technologies
Colter Wehmeier, Georgios Artopoulos, Federico Mario La Russa, Cettina Santagati, Scan-To-Ar: from Reality-Capture to Participatory Design Supported by AR
AR&AI Education and Shape Representation
Raffaele Argiolas, Vincenzo Bagnolo, Andrea Pirinu, AR as a Tool for Teaching to Architecture Students
Giulia Bertola, Alessandro Capalbo, Edoardo Bruno, Michele Bonino, Architectural Maquette. From Digital Fabrication to AR Experiences
Michela Ceracchi, Giulia Tarei, The Renewed Existence in AR of Max Brückner's Lost Paper Polyhedra
Serena Fumero, Benedetta Frezzotti, Using AR Illustration to Promote Heritage Sites: a Case Study
Francisco M. Hidalgo-Sánchez, Gabriel Granado-Castro, Joaquín María Aguilar-Camacho, José Antonio Barrera-Vera, SurveyingGame: Gamified Virtual Environment for Surveying Training
Javier Fco. Raposo Grau, Mariasun Salgado de la Rosa, Belén Butragueño Díaz-Guerra, Blanca Raposo Sánchez, Artificial Intelligence. Graphical and Creative Learning Processes.

Contributors: Tomas Abad, Fabrizio Agnello, Joaquín María Aguilar-Camacho, Michele Ambrosio, Marinella Arena, Raffaele Argiolas, Georgios Artopoulos, Greta Attademo, Vincenzo Bagnolo, Marcello Balzani, Fabrizio Banfi, Salvatore Barba, José Antonio Barrera-Vera, Maddalena Bassani, Paolo Belardi, Michela Belli, Rachele A. Bernardello, Giulia Bertola, Marco Boffi, Cecilia Maria Bolognesi, Michele Bonino, Paolo Borin, Stefano Botta, Edoardo Bruna, Giorgio Buratti, Belén Butragueño Díaz-Guerra, Daniele Calisi, Flavia Camagni, Devid Campagnolo, Massimiliano Campi, Mirco Cannella, Alessandro Capalbo, Luca Capozucca, Federico Capriuoli, Luca Carcano, Laura Carlevaris, Gabriella Caroti, Marco Cataffo, Flaminia Cavallari, Francesca Cera, Pilar Chias, Maria Grazia Cianci, Giulia Cicone, Vincenzo Cirillo, Marco Cisaria, Paola Cochelli, Sara Colaceci, Mattia Comelli, Francesca Condorelli, Sara Conte, Valeria Croce, Francesco Cutugno, Giuseppe D’Acunto, Roberto D'Autilia, Annalisa De Luca, Matteo Del Giudice, Gabriele Del Vecchio, Giuseppe Di Gregorio, Antonella di Luggo, Elisabetta Doria, Domenico D'Uva, Maria Linda Falcidieno, Marco Fasola, Lucas Fernández-Trapa, Fausta Fiorillo, Benedetta Frezzotti, Isabella Friso, Serena Fumero, Eric Genevois, Marco Geraci, Paolo Giulierini, Gabriel Granado-Castro, Marco Grazioso, Caterina Gabriella Guida, Lucas Matias Gujski, Francisco M. Hidalgo-Sánchez, Rosina Iaderosa, Elena Ippoliti, Gianluca Lax, Marco Limongiello, Gabriella Liva, Massimiliano Lo Turco, Alberto Longhini, Gianpiero Lops, Angelo Lorusso, Massimiliano Martino, Francesca Matrone, Valeria Menchetelli, Lorenzo Merlo, Alessandra Meschini, Davide Mezzino, Matteo Molinari, Sonia Mollica, Andrea Momolo, Cosimo Monteleone, Sara Morena, Fabrizio Natta, Giuseppe Nicastro, Antonio Origlia, Anna Osella, Alessandra Pagliano, Valerio Palma, Daniela Palomba, Sandro Parrinello, Andrea Pasquali, Camilla Pezzica, Andrea Piemonte, Barbara E. A. Piga, Andrea Pirinu, Francesca Porfiri, Edoardo Pristeri, Margherita Pulcrano, Paola Puma, Fabiana Raco, Nicola Rainisio, Giovanna Ramaccini, Javier Fco. Raposo Grau, Blanca Raposo Sánchez, Veronica Riavis, Ylenia Ricci, Roberto Rinauro, Pablo Rodriguez-Navarro, Andrea Rolando, Rocco Rolli, Francesca Ronco, Michela Rossi, Maria Elisabetta Ruggiero, Mariasun Salgado de la Rosa, Cettina Santagati, Alessandro Scandiffio, Simona Scandurra, Alberto Sdegno, Luca J. Senatore, Camilla Sorignani, Roberta Spallone, Gabriele Stancato, Chiara Stanga, Sara Taddeucci, Giulia Tarei, Simone Teruggi, Annalisa Tiengo, Andrea Tomalini, Ruggero Torti, Francesca Maria Ugliotti, Giorgio Verdiani, Marco Vitali, Colter Wehmeier, Ornella Zerlenga

Serie: Diségno - Open Access

Subjects: Architecture, Design, Art, Urban and Regional Studies

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