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The Visual Bride: Representing Tangible Heritage between Digitality and Real Contents

Stefano Brusaporci, University of L’Aquila, Department of Civil, Construction-Architectural and Environmental Engineering

Keywords: built heritage, digital heritage, digital culture, digital model, visual turn

Abstract

Aim of the paper is to reflect on the visual relationships between the digital heritage from real contents and its tangible reference. First of all the paper analyses the evolution of the Culture in relation to the growth of digital technologies. Then it highlights the role of visual perception and communication. Consequently, it focuses on the nature and characteristics of digital models, intended as complex meta-systems of information. Finally, it points out the multiple dimensions of tangible and digital realities, and how advanced visualizations favour a reciprocal re-mediation.

How to cite as an article
Brusaporci, S. (2019). The Visual Bride: Representing Tangible Heritage between Digitality and Real Contents. img journal, 1(1), 74-91.

How to cite as a contribution in book
Brusaporci, S. (2019). The Visual Bride: Representing Tangible Heritage between Digitality and Real Contents. In A. Luigini, C. Panciroli (Eds.) img journal 01/2019 Manifesto, 74-91. ISBN 9788899586096


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Issue 01

Oct 2019

Manifesto

Edited by:
Alessandro Luigini
Chiara Panciroli

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Pages: 345
ISBN: 9788899586096
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