Dogram will invest a total amount of €124.358,52 in the development of the I+D project: Advanced techniques for the three-dimensional documentation of cultural property, granted in an 80% by aids to companies with technological basis in the Principado of Asturias.
Our pilot bases generated interest and acceptance for the new possibilities offered for the three-dimensional documentation of the cultural property. Due to the improvement of skills in preference to other methods as the typography, NEOs digital photogrammetry, laser scan / structured light, we obtained the support of the Instituto de Desarrollo Económico del Principado de Asturias and the European Union through the program FEDER.
Dogram will develop during 2014 an I+D project for the development of this new comprehensive methodology of digitalization, destined to capture the form and the superficial appearance of the objects, independent of their size, with a resolution and a realism unprecedented. In addition, we will develop the necessary techniques for the appropriate visualization and diffusion of these contents.
This project will allow us to be in contact with the necessary technologies for the capture and reproduction of realistic replica, physical and virtual, reproducing not only their shape but also their superficial appearance. We are developing a virtual exhibitor, using a specialized graphic motor of three-dimensional visualization, based on the NVIDIA Optic technology. This will
allow the interactive digital diffusion of the contents in popular installations or through Internet, showing virtual replica that react to the light in a realistic way.
In the project are also contemplated the necessary developments for the creation of physical replicas, through mechanized and three-dimensional additive printing techniques, from digital models with high resolution, in a range of 4 to 20 micron. Are also proposed advances like silvery through projection of light (temporary or dynamic) or the painting and the automatic application of coating and pigments with a (permanent) robotic arm.