We virtualise monuments of sacred and secular architecture

We work on a design, build and - optionally - manage basis, using the latest measurement and visualisation technologies.

Scope of our activities

Digital audit

It involves selecting the optimal tools and their settings, eliminating errors at a later stage and ensuring the highest standard of work throughout the digitisation process.

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3D laser scanning

By scanning the architecture of the entire building - for digitisation and inventory purposes - it is possible to acquire detailed information about the shapes, colours and sizes of the historic architecture.

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3D optical scanning

Ultra-precise scanning of movable historical artefacts (including sculpture and crafts) using handheld and stationary optical white and blue structured light scanners.

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Photography and video

We use HDR digital photography and film (including drone) to showcase the architectural monument inside and outside, as well as all movable historical artefacts.

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360° spherical images at a resolution of more than 1 billion pixels in HDR, displaying an image with a high tonal range, showing detail in both very bright and dark areas.

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Images with a resolution of more than 1 billion pixels, depicting a large historic object (e.g. façade, altarpiece, stained glass window, polychrome, etc.), even when the object is heigh above the ground.

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Tools used

3D laser scanners

We use them to obtain information about the shapes, colours and sizes of historic architecture. Thanks to their fantastic speed (up to 1 million measurements per second), high measurement precision (error within 1-2 mm) and specialised software, we can combine an unlimited number of scans, ultimately obtaining a point cloud, which is an accurate digital copy of the monument.

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3D optical scanners

The business of preserving and disseminating cultural heritage in the area of monuments presents us with a number of challenges in creating 3D models of monuments and artefacts of history. Wanting to set the standard for digitisation in this area, we have been successfully using first-class equipment and solutions for several years.

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3D printers

The drastic fall in the price of 3D printers and miniaturisation, combined with their simplicity of use, have contributed to a boom in the consumer market.

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Unity engine

It is a tool for creating three-dimensional and two-dimensional computer games or other interactive materials such as visualisations or animations.

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How does the project process work?

We work with the owners of public and private art collections and historic buildings on the basis of our extensive experience and the foundation's team of outstanding experts, which allows us to carry out any project, even the most advanced.

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The combination of the long-standing experience of the foundation's team and the ability to make optimal use of the latest measurement and visualisation technologies makes it possible to set new standards in the area of digitisation of cultural heritage resources.