Our paper 3D WebGIS for Ephemeral Architecture Documentation and Studies in the Humanities has been published in Heritage. Discover how our research fills a crucial gap in the documentation and visualization of ephemeral Cultural Heritage, particularly World’s Fairs architecture, on a global scale.
Discover the Turin 1911 project's rich heritage through our new Facebook page, where history comes alive through immersive content and archival treasures. Explore our YouTube and Vimeo channels for captivating promotional videos and digitally revived historical music scores.
#VIDEO - The new website has been launched with a public presentation on October 27, 2023. Watch the video recording of the full presentation!
Ph.D dissertation by Alessandra Spreafico is focused on creating a 3D webGIS for the virtual 3D reconstruction and visualization of the no-longer-existing structures of the Turin 1911 Fair.
#VIDEO - M. Sc. Thesis by Simone Scovazzo discusses how to make visible architectures of the past with Virtual Reality
#VIDEO - Watch the video with acqusitions by aerial and terrestrial photogrammetry, and mobile mapping systems of the Borgo Medievale
#VIDEO - M. Sc. Thesis by Davide Einaudi testes spherical panorama on drones for the survey of the Valentino Castle, charming building located in the core of the Turin 1911 fairground and today headquarter of the actual Department of Architecture and Design of Politecnico di Torino
#VIDEO - Professors by Politecnico di Torino (Italy) have illustrated how Geomatics contributes to the Turin 1911 project, watch the video of the public presentation!