MAP UMR 3495 CNRS/MC
Violette Abergel is a PhD student since 2017 in the Aria team of the MAP laboratory (models and simulations for architecture and cultural heritage, UMR 3495 CNRS/MC). After a master degree in architecture issued by the ENSA-Lyon in 2015, she joined the MAP as an engineer, working on the development of a virtual reality framework, and then on the archiving and dissemination of digital resources of rock art and decorated caves, in collaboration with the French National Center of Prehistory (CNP). Her current research focuses on the use of Mixed Reality for cultural heritage analysis and documentation. She is involved in the development of Aïoli, a reality based 3D annotation platform for the collaborative documentation of heritage artefacts.
Lecture : Towards a SLAM-based augmented reality application for the 3D annotation of rock artThe digital technologies developed in recent decades have considerably enriched the survey and documentation practices in the field of cultural heritage. They now raise new issues and challenges, particularly in the management of multidimensional datasets, which require the development of new methods for the analysis, interpretation and sharing of heterogeneous data. In the case of rock art sites, additional challenges are added to this context, due to their nature and fragility. In many cases, digital data alone is not sufficient to meet contextualization, analysis or traceability needs. In this context, we propose to develop an application dedicated to rock art survey, allowing 3D annotation in augmented reality. This work is a part of an ongoing project about an information system dedicated to cultural heritage documentation. For this purpose, we propose a registration method based on a spatial resection calculation. We will also raise the perspectives that this opens up for heritage survey and documentation, in particular in terms of visualization enhancement.
- Violette ABERGEL (MAP UMR 3495 CNRS/MC)