New tools favour historical heritage

The graphic technique represents elements by means of elevations, plans and sections, as well as three-dimensional representations in two dimensions. Technological advances make virtual reconstruction possible, i.e. the three-dimensional design of structures, with the possibility of displaying them in realistic finishes. This makes it possible to go from considering objects or elements as incomplete two-dimensional images to appreciating them in all their three-dimensional complexity, showing both their geometry and their materiality.




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