Two types of high resolution laser scanners have been developed for remote applications with imaging capabilities for optical or spectroscopic characterization of CH surfaces: a three-chromatic imaging topologic radar (RGB-ITR) and hyperspectral LIF-scanning, collecting at each investigated point the entire fluorescence spectra relevant to the utilized UV laser excitation. Their combined use produces multi-layered images with enhanced information content, which is especially valuable in CH characterization of surface materials. © 2015 IEEE.

Image processing from laser scanners for remote diagnostic and virtual fruition of cultural heritage

Francucci, M.;Fornetti, G.;Guarneri, M.;Spizzichino, V.;Caneve, L.;Colao, F.;Fantoni, R.
2015

Abstract

Two types of high resolution laser scanners have been developed for remote applications with imaging capabilities for optical or spectroscopic characterization of CH surfaces: a three-chromatic imaging topologic radar (RGB-ITR) and hyperspectral LIF-scanning, collecting at each investigated point the entire fluorescence spectra relevant to the utilized UV laser excitation. Their combined use produces multi-layered images with enhanced information content, which is especially valuable in CH characterization of surface materials. © 2015 IEEE.
9781467383530
LIF;Laser-scanner;Fluorescence;SAM;PCA
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