2017 : "Computer vision in the temples of Karnak : past, present & future", de V. Tournadre, Ch. Labarta, P. Megard, A. Garric, E. Saubestre, B. Durand, p. 357-364, International Archives of Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences 42/5, 2017.


Abstract :

CFEETK, the French-Egyptian Center for the Study of the Temples of Karnak, is celebrating this year the 50 th anniversary of its foundation. As a multicultural and transdisciplinary research center, it has always been a playground for testing emerging technologies applied to various fields. The raise of automatic computer vision algorithms is an interesting topic, as it allows non-experts to provide high value results. This article presents the evolution in measurement experiments in the past 50 years, and it describes how cameras are used today. Ultimately, it aims to set the trends of the upcoming projects and it discusses how image processing could contribute further to the study and the conservation of the cultural heritage.

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