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The production of line-drawing and 3D modeling of historical Mehmet Ali Bey Fountain with SFM approach

Year 2022, Volume 3, Issue 1, 19 - 24, 09.07.2022

Abstract

Historical and cultural artifacts provide information about ancient life, language, religion, literature, traditions and architecture. Documentation of cultural artifacts is of great importance in terms of protecting and transferring them to future generations. In recent years, Structure from Motion (SfM) can be used to generate dense point cloud, ortho-image, line-drawings, and 3D models in addition to the classical terrestrial photogrammetry methods. The fast documentation and archiving studies can be carried out by SfM approach using low-cost cameras with cost effective project budget. In this study, it is aimed to produce line-drawing, ortho-image, and 3D models of Mehmet Ali Bey Fountain by using SfM approach. The Mehmet Ali Bey Fountain is one of the registered historical structures in the "Monuments" class among registered immovable cultural assets throughout Turkey, located in the Abbasaga District of Besiktas/Istanbul from the Ottoman Sultan II. Mahmut period. The installation and measurement of the control points were conducted, and the image acquisition was performed with convergent image acquisition method. The 3D point cloud generation of Mehmet Ali Bey Fountain was performed after image orientation steps. The productions of 3D model, ortho-image, and line-drawing have been carried out successfully using the produced point cloud. In this study, all processes for the documentation of historical structure were carried out using “Agisoft Metashape Professional” and “Autocad” software. The analyzed measured distances between the GCPs and corresponding distances from 3D model (standard deviation of the differences is 0.5 cm) proved the success of the SfM method for documentation of registered historical artifacts and cultural heritage.  

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Year 2022, Volume 3, Issue 1, 19 - 24, 09.07.2022

Abstract

References

  • Bakirman, T., Bayram, B., Akpinar, B., Karabulut, M. F., Bayrak, O. C., Yigitoglu, A., & Seker, D. Z. (2020). Implementation of ultra-light UAV systems for cultural heritage documentation. Journal of Cultural Heritage, 44, 174-184.
  • Brandolini, F., & Patrucco, G. (2019). Structure-from-Motion (SfM) Photogrammetry as a Non-Invasive Methodology to Digitalize Historical Documents: A Highly Flexible and Low-Cost Approach? Heritage, 2(3), 2124-2136.
  • Brandolini, F., Cremaschi, M., Zerboni, A., Degli Esposti, M., Mariani, G. S., & Lischi, S. (2020). SfM-photogrammetry for fast recording of archaeological features in remote areas. Archeologia e Calcolatori, All'Insegna del giglio, 31 (2), 33-45.
  • Clini, P., Frapiccini, N., Mengoni, M., Nespeca, R., & Ruggeri, L. (2016). SfM Technique and Focus Stacking For Digital Documentation of Archaeological Artifacts. International Archieves of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Spatial Information Sciences, XLI-B5, 229–236.
  • Furukawa, Y., & Ponce, J. (2009). Accurate Camera Calibration from Multi-View Stereo and Bundle Adjustment. Int. International Journal of Computer Vision, 84, 257–268.
  • Lowe, D. G. (2004). Distinctive Image Features from Scale-Invariant Keypoints. International Journal of Computer Vision, 60, 91–110.
  • Papakonstantinou, A., Kavroudakis, D., Kourtzellis, Y., Chtenellis, M., Kopsachilis, V., Topouzelis, K., & Vaitis, M. (2019). Mapping Cultural Heritage in Coastal Areas with UAS: The Case Study of Lesvos Island. Heritage, 2(2), 1404-1422.
  • Peña-Villasenín, S., Gil-Docampo, M., & Ortiz-Sanz, J. (2019). Professional SfM and TLS vs a simple SfM photogrammetry for 3D modelling of rock art and radiance scaling shading in engraving detection. Journal of Cultural Heritage, 37, 238–246.
  • Seitz, C. (2018). Combined Aerial and Ground-Based Structure from Motion for Cultural Heritage Documentation. Digital Geoarchaeology. Natural Science in Archaeology. ISBN:978-3-319-25316-9
  • Smith, M. W, Carrivick, J. L., & Quincey, D. J. (2016). Structure from motion photogrammetry in physical geography. Progress in physical geography, 40(2), 247-275.
  • Themistocleous, K. (2016). The use of open data from social media for the creation of 3D georeferenced modeling. Fourth International Conference on Remote Sensing and Geoinformation of the Environment (RSCy2016), 1-6, Paphos, Cyprus.
  • To, T., Nguyen, D., & Tran, G. (2015). Automated 3D architecture reconstruction from photogrammetric structure-and-motion: A case study of the One Pilla pagoda, Hanoi, Vienam, International Archieves of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Spatial Information Sciences, XL-7/W3, 1425–1429.
  • Westoby, M. J., Brasington, J., Glasser, N. F., Hambrey, M. J., & Reynolds, J. M. (2012). Structure-from-Motion photogrammetry: A low-cost, effective tool for geoscience applications. Geomorphology, 179, 300-314.
  • Yastikli, N., & Özerdem, Ö. Z. (2017). Architectural Heritage Documentation By Using Low Cost UAV With Fisheye Lens: Otag-i Humayun in Istanbul As A Case Study. ISPRS Annals of Photogrammetry Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences, IV-4/W4, 415–418.

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Primary Language English
Subjects Imaging Sience and Photographic Technology
Journal Section Research Articles
Authors

Naci YASTIKLI> (Primary Author)
YILDIZ TEKNİK ÜNİVERSİTESİ
0000-0001-9045-9672
Türkiye


Zehra ÇETİN>
YILDIZ TEKNİK ÜNİVERSİTESİ
0000-0003-0518-5780
Türkiye


Erdal ASAMAKA>
YILDIZ TEKNİK ÜNİVERSİTESİ
0000-0002-6589-2543
Türkiye

Publication Date July 9, 2022
Published in Issue Year 2022, Volume 3, Issue 1

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APA Yastıklı, N. , Çetin, Z. & Asamaka, E. (2022). The production of line-drawing and 3D modeling of historical Mehmet Ali Bey Fountain with SFM approach . Cultural Heritage and Science , 3 (1) , 19-24 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/cuhes/issue/71227/1137691

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