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Dokumenttyp:
Forschungsdaten 
Veröffentlichungsdatum:
01.02.2022 
Autorinnen / Autoren:
Middleton, Wilfrid ; Shu, Qiguan ; Ludwig, Ferdinand 
Institutionszugehörigkeit:
TUM 
Herausgeber:
TUM 
Titel:
Point Clouds of Living Architecture 
Zeit der Erzeugung:
01.01.2021 
Fachgebiet:
ARC Architektur 
Quellen der Daten:
Abbildungen von Objekten / image of objects 
Andere Quellen der Daten:
3D point clouds models 
Datentyp:
mehrdimensionale Visualisierungen oder Modelle / models 
Methode der Datenerhebung:
Agisoft Metashape (Standard edition) was used to create the point clouds from photographs CloudCompare was used to manipulate and save the data for use in skeletonisation 
Beschreibung:
Point clouds resulting from photogrammetric surveys conducted in 2019. The Freiburg Baubotanik pavilion was planted in 2017 and surveyed using a DJI Mavic 2 Pro drone with a 20MP Hasselblad L1D-20C camera (1” sensor; 28mm, f/2.8–f/11 lens). The Baubotanik joint was is a pair of Platanus hispanica stems, grafted together and harvested at 7 years. The Ficus joint is a Ficus elastica anastomosis of unknown age, part of the living root ladder near Mawshun village in East Khasi Hills, Meghalaya, India. All three point clouds, along with others of the living root bridges in Meghalaya are used to demonstrate the skeletonisation algorithm presented in: Representing living architecture through skeleton reconstruction from point clouds by Middleton, Shu and Ludwig.

The code for the skeletonisation process can be found here: https://github.com/QiguanShu/skeleton-abstraction-of-point-cloud-by-voxel-thinning

 

Schlagworte:
point clouds, voxel thinning, living architecture, living root bridges, skeletonisation, Baubotanik 
Technische Hinweise:
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Sprache:
en 
Rechte:
by, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0