See the 3D Giants
The archer known as Prexiau
The warrior known as Gherreri
The boxer known as Fastigiadu
Model of a four-lobed nuraghe
For the first time on the web, you can view the navigable 3D models of the entire sculpture complex of Mont’e Prama.
The general directorate for Cultural Heritage, Information, Entertainment and Sport of the Region of Sardinia has entrusted CRS4 (Center for Advanced Studies, Research and Development in Sardinia) with making a simplified geometry version, suitable for use via the web, of the high-definition 3D models created by CRS4, at the request of the Superintendence for Archaeological Heritage for the provinces of Cagliari and Oristano, for the exhibition of the Mont’e Prama statues at the ‘Giovanni Marongiu’ civic museum of Cabras and the National archaeological museum of Cagliari.
The original 3D models can be viewed in high definition and full size through the multimedia stations at the ‘Giovanni Marongiu’ civic museum of Cabras and the National archaeological museum of Cagliari.
The scientific work related to the project DigitalMonteprama has, so far, received three awards:
- Best Paper Award at GCH 2015 (13th Eurographics Workshop on Graphics and Cultural Heritage, October 5-7, Genoa, Italy) for the paper: Marco Agus, Fabio Marton, Fabio Bettio, and Enrico Gobbetti. Interactive 3D exploration of a virtual sculpture collection: an analysis of user behavior in museum setting. In Proc. 13th Eurographics Workshop on Graphics and Cultural Heritage, October 2016.
- Best Paper Award at Digital Heritage 2015 (Digital Heritage International Conference, 28 September 28 – 2 October 2015, Granada – Spain) for the paper: Marcos Balsa Rodriguez, Marco Agus, Fabio Bettio, Fabio Marton and Enrico Gobbetti. Digital Mont’e Prama: 3D cultural heritage presentations in museums and anywhere. In Proc. Digital Heritage. Pages 545-552, September 2015.
- Best Paper Award at Digital Heritage 2013 (Digital Heritage International Conference, 28 October – 1 November 2013, Marseille – France) for the paper: Fabio Bettio, Enrico Gobbetti, Emilio Merella, and Ruggero Pintus. Improving the digitization of shape and color of 3D artworks in a cluttered environment. In Proc. Digital Heritage. Pages 23-30, October 2013.