The 3D model development training program aims to contribute to and support the professional development of participants in the field of modern digital scanning methods and the creation of 3D models. This workshop provides hands-on learning activities designed to enable participants to gain practical experience, exchange information, practice skills, and receive feedback on specific topics.
Throughout the training, participants will be introduced to two key techniques in 3D model development: photogrammetry and 3D scanning. They will learn about the main functions of photogrammetry and 3D scanning equipment, including how to identify the different parts of these techniques. The training will cover the processes involved in using photogrammetry and 3D scanning equipment, ensuring participants are equipped with the necessary knowledge to effectively utilize these technologies.
They will have the opportunity to practice using photogrammetry and 3D scanning techniques to create 3D models that can be later on utilized in a digital environment or 3D printed. Additionally, the training will highlight the industry benefits that arise from employing photogrammetry and 3D scanning services. Participants will gain insights into the applications and advantages of these technologies in various industries.
24 November 2023, 10:00-15:00 (Day 2)
Trainer’s name and status: Kyriaki Yiakoupi holds an MA in Conservation Studies (Historic Buildings) from the University of York, UK, 2011 and BA (Hons) in Interior Design from the University of Wolverhampton, UK, 2010. Kyriaki has participated in several international multidisciplinary projects with expeditions to develop her skills in the Conservation of Cultural Heritage. Kyriaki’s main scientific interests are related to the ethics and philosophy of conservation, the analysis and interpretation of the historic buildings, along with the introduction of many different techniques of 3D technological equipment in order to understand the static and pathological condition of the structure, the geometry, the style and preservation accuracy through 3D architectural modelling and Digital Cultural Heritage Technologies.