In Lower Austria there are an infinite number of “gems”, be it wonderful places in historical towns, historical buildings or unique works of art and wonderful rooms that are hardly known. The digitization of such “gems” brings many strategic possibilities with it. On the one hand, the tourism aspect can be seen, which is about advertising and external impact locally or at trade fairs across Europe. On the other hand, the awareness of the population can also be expanded here, who often do not know about such "treasures" in Lower Austria and can be specifically informed here via different platforms. Another point is the preservation of art and culture as well as historical buildings. The 3D models can be used for reconstructions before the restoration to give experts access to the corresponding objects. Construction work is always difficult, especially in public spaces in historical areas, as it is often difficult to imagine the influence of a renovation beforehand; this would be easy to implement with such 3D models. In consultation with the country's tourism department and experts for cultural heritage, the project would select objects and regions to digitize them in different ways (laser scans, photograms, drone recordings, 3D reconstruction ...). The 3D models obtained from this would then be embedded in corresponding applications (depending on use) and made available to the various stakeholders (museums, municipalities, tourism associations, monument office ...). Here the applications used can be used for feedback with the help of simple questionnaires to check the general acceptance of such 3D implementations.
Department of Science & Technology
- Further Information
- Status: Ongoing
- Project ID : 1403
- Project Leader
- Prof.(FH) Mag. Michael ReinerProfessor Department of Science and Technology