The team of Laboratory of Photogrammetry – NTUA and research project METEORA (Prof. Charalampos Ioannidis, Sofia Soyle E.DIP and A. M. Boutsis Rural & Survey Engineer) participated in the “8th International Workshop 3D-ARCH” 3D Virtual Reconstruction and Visualization of Complex Architectures “(http://www.3d-arch.org/) with an article presentation in poster format in the period 05/02/2019 to 09/02/2019.
Additionally, the Three.js and SpiderGL graphics libraries, as well as the jQuery programming library, were used. Emphasis was given on user interaction and spatial and logical correlation of the data of different kind, dimension and level of detail. There followed an interesting discussion about the subject of the work and more generally about the METEORA research project.
We are pleased to announce the successful completion of the 2nd progress meeting for the project: «INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR MULTI-LEVEL DOCUMENTATION OF RELIGIOUS SITES AND HISTORIC COMPLEXES» with the Acronym: «METEORA».
The meeting was held on April 17 2019 at the facilities of the School of Rural and Surveying Engineering, NTUA, in Athens.
The agenda of the meeting can be found here
Below, please find attached the meeting presentations of each participated partner.
The publication entitled: DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF CONTEMPORARY TECHNIQUES AND PROCEDURES FOR MULTIPLE DOCUMENTATION OF COMPLEX RELIGIOUS MONUMENTS: THE CASE OF THE METEORA (GREECE) concerns the collection and the processing of data for the METEORA project and was presented at the 7th International Conference on Remote Sensing and Geoinformatics of Environment “RSCy2019 -” Seventh International Conference on Remote Sensing and Geoinformation of Environment “, that was held at Aliathon Holiday Village in Paphos, Cyprus, March 18-21, 2019.
See the conference program here here
For more information, please refer to the RSCY2019 website RSCY2019
In the context of the project: «INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR MULTI-LEVEL DOCUMENTATION OF RELIGIOUS SITES AND HISTORIC COMPLEXES» with the Acronym: “METEORA”, we invite you to fill in this survey, whose objectives are to collect information regarding the needs of the future user of the digital platform named “Meteora”.
The objective of “METEORA” project is to create an easy-to-use digital platform for multiple applications and potential users, that will support an interactive Information System for a multi-dimensional documentation of Cultural Heritage sites.
The application of innovative techniques for the data collection, the multi-dimensional (4D/5D) structure of an Information System and the development of the digital platform will be implemented for a part of the Meteora UNESCO World Heritage Site; the case study will be the area of two huge rocks (Modi and Alyssos). The project is funded by the operational programme “COMPETIVENESS – ENTERPRENEURSHIP – INNOVATION” with code Τ1ΕΔΚ-02859.
We do not use this data for any other purpose other than that for which it is provided.
Thank you in advance for your participation !
We are pleased to announce the successful planning and completion of an aerial mission organized on 19/10/2018, for Aerial-photography and LiDAR data acquisition. All the acquired data will contribute to the generation of detailed 3D model for the METEORA project area of interest according to WP4.1
We are pleased to announce the successful completion of the 1st meeting for the project: «INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR MULTI-LEVEL DOCUMENTATION OF RELIGIOUS SITES AND HISTORIC COMPLEXES» with the Acronym: «METEORA» with the paticipation of all the partners.
The meeting was held on September 11 2018 at Kalampaka city, “DIVANI Μετέωρα” hotel, and at Monastery of Ag. Stephanou St. Meteora
Read the full schedule of the meeting here.
We are pleased to inform you that the kick off meeting of the METEORA project (INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR MULTI-LEVEL DOCUMENTATION OF RELIGIOUS SITES AND HISTORIC COMPLEXES) was successfully held through teleconference on Wednesday 1st of August 2018, with the participation of all the project’s partners.