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Three-dimensional modelling of Shofukuji burial chamber

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3 Author(s)
Kanaya, Ichiroh ; Commun. Res. Lab, Kyoto, Japan ; Kadobayashi, R. ; Chihara, K.

The Shofukuji Tomb, located in Kawanishi, Hyogo, Japan, is a well known ancient tomb built around in the early 6th century AD. The tomb is one of the important tombs for archaeologists in terms of Japanese history. The main part of the tomb is a chamber made by stones and covered with earth. The chamber is sized at 2 m (width)×3 m (depth)×2 m (height) approximately. To digitize the whole shape and texture of Shofukuji Chamber from its real shape and texture, we developed a new multi-sensory 3D scanning method. With this new method, we achieved a fully integrated 3D model that has a roughly 2 mm mesh density

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Virtual Systems and Multimedia, 2001. Proceedings. Seventh International Conference on

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2001