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Michael Winckler (IWR, Universität Heidelberg)

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Bernhard Höfle (Geographisches [...]

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… by acquiring data only when and where changes occur.
In this project on Autonomous 3D Earth Observation of Dynamic Landscapes (Auto3Dscapes), a novel strategy of permanent 3D observation will be developed incorporating observed topographic changes as feedback and dynamically adapting the acquisition parameters and analysis methods.
Permanent 3D Earth observation is currently challenged by the strong [...]

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The Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Computing (IWR) at Heidelberg University is a leading institution in research and education in scientific computing in a multitude of interdisciplinary topics - covering science, engineering and humanities. Computational methods are a very important foundation in GIScience / Geoinformatics with particular focus on the investigation of geospatial data and geospatial [...]

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Within our interdisciplinary collaborative research project MUSIEKE (Multidimensional Perceptibility of Cultural Heritage) the Jupiter Column (”Iupittergigantensäule”) of Ladenburg was scanned in 3D and in very high detail for the first time. Our colleagues from the IWR (FCGL Group of Hubert Mara) performed the measurement campaign.
In this report (in German) the SWR 4 radio [...]

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The online magazine 3D Visualization World (www.3dvisworld.com) features an article about the 3D capturing campaigns at Lorsch Abbey:
‘The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Lorsch Abbey is located in Hesse roughly between Heidelberg and Frankfurt/Main, Germany. Laser scanners generating 3D point clouds of the structure and photogrammetric Structure-from-Motion (SfM) approaches were used to study and create [...]

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On Wednesday, 19th of March, the Kings Hall (Torhalle) facades at UNESCO World Heritage Site Lorsch Abbey were captured in 3D with a terrestrial laser scanner Riegl VZ-400 (provided by the Chair of GIScience) by Martin Hämmerle (LiDAR Research Group). The produced data set consists of about 65 million laser points and will allow for [...]

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