HBIM Parametric Modeling on Historical Architecture
Research focuses on the use of methodologies and tools for managing complex informative apparatus of Cultural Heritage, following the needings to organize extended digital database obtained from the application of technological tools.
The methodology implemented must integrate multidisciplinary processes that, at different levels and scales of approximation, can interact with the informative data.
The aim is to develop a methodology that can integrate multiple outputs of digital survey, from the in-depth knowledge of architectural structure to its management and enhancement in a virtual environment. Therefore, every acquired digital system will be semestrically destructured in a 3D model, able to be represented and usable in an associated database.
If, in the design and project field, the use of B.I.M. (Building Information Modeling) and G.I.S. systems has seen in recent years consolidation in procedures and the identification of standard methodologies, in the field of Cultural Heritage the challenge aimed at identifying operative methodologies is still an open field of experimentation.
- Study of descriptive systems of 3D databases related to parametric modeling.
- Data interactivity and BIG DATA management for heritage conservation.
- Creation of complex parametric models from reality-based surveys.
- Interaction between reliable architectural survey systems and databases.
- Development of descriptive systems for the optimization of fruition of parametric models.