This video is a double-whammy.
On one hand, it’s a snazzy demonstration of how a project moved from scan to BIM. But it’s also an example of BIM put to work for historic preservation–which you may not have seen before.
Here’s the information, as Google Translate tells it:
“Project co-financed by the European Social Fund (ESF), under the Operational Programme 2007-2013 of the Region of Veneto.
“Methodologies for the acquisition, processing and communication of data related to cultural heritage and for the architectural design and technological interventions aimed at their preservation and improvement of the use cultural tourism.”
Click and enjoy. (Special thanks to Matt McCarter for digging this up… somewhere.)