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000164431 245__ $$aInteractive three-dimensional reconstruction and weathering simulations on buildings
000164431 260__ $$c2005
000164431 269__ $$a2005
000164431 336__ $$aConference Papers
000164431 520__ $$aArchitectural sites suffers from weathering effects such as liquid sedimentation, lampblack or pollution deposit, moss growing or longterm erosion. Displaying their impact on present buildings could help deciders to plan relevant actions for preserving the architectural heritage. In this paper we present a user-friendly solution for on-line acquiring a semi-physical model from one or few images of a building, immediately followed by real-time simulations. The goal is certainly not to give an accurate prediction of what will happen, but rather to show a plausible state of the site under various possible degradations arising from natural effects. The solution relies on the coupling of two 3-D modelling programs: one dedicated to interactive reconstructions and a second to discreet manipulation for natural phenomena simulations based on a combination of different surface cellular automata. Several experiments were held to estimate the effectiveness of this approach and to identify future works in order to cope with present limitations. A first series applies a lampblack deposit simulation on a large-size 3-D model to demonstrate the solution feasibility and to provide indications about achievable performance. The second series focuses on the solution sensitiveness to both geometrical and semi-physical models granularity through the application of a stone erosion effect on a smaller but less regular-shaped building model. The third series demonstrates the discreet model ability to simulate multiple effects with the example of a vegetation growth simulation. Guidelines for future works are given in the conclusion of this paper.
000164431 6531_ $$aThree dimensional
000164431 6531_ $$aArchitecture
000164431 6531_ $$aReal-time
000164431 6531_ $$aReconstruction
000164431 6531_ $$aSimulation
000164431 700__ $$aEven, Philippe
000164431 700__ $$0(EPFLAUTH)190676$$aGobron, Stéphane$$g190676
000164431 7112_ $$aCIPA'05$$cTorin, Italy$$dSepctember 26 - October 1, 2005
000164431 773__ $$tproceedings of the XXth international Symposia CIPA'05
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