Reconstituição histórica virtual do retábulo-mor da Igreja do Espírito Santo de Évora: aplicação ao Património da infografia web-based

Translated title of the contribution: Virtual historical reconstitution of the main altarpiece of the Espírito Santo Church, in Évora: application of web-based infographics to Cultural Heritage

Catarina Pereira, Frederico Henriques, Nuno Carriço, Vanda Amaral, Teresa Ferreira, António Candeias

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Abstract

As a part of a multidisciplinary and integrated research, including conservation sciences and history, a proposal is presented for the historical reconstitution and the virtual restoration of the mannerist altarpiece of the main altar at the Espírito Santo Church, in Évora. The collected data is abundant and the scientific information, because of its technicality, is less prone to be easily understood by the general public, thus becoming less accessible. Web-based infographics are explored as privileged forms of disseminating results and raising awareness to Cultural Heritage. The project materializes as an Internet platform where data and a reconstitution proposal are shared in a visual and interactive way. In addition to the digital virtual reconstitution (2D), some tridimensional models (3D) are presented of various elements of the altarpiece, obtained using methods of computer graphics and digital photogrammetry.
Translated title of the contributionVirtual historical reconstitution of the main altarpiece of the Espírito Santo Church, in Évora: application of web-based infographics to Cultural Heritage
Original languagePortuguese
Pages (from-to)63-71
Number of pages9
JournalConservar Patrimonio
Issue number24
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2016

Keywords

  • Digital restoration
  • Internet platform
  • Accessibility
  • Integrated studies

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