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© CNRS - Ministère de la Culture - Chantier Scientifique Notre-Dame de Paris - 2021

Chantier scientifique de la cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris (Le)

Sélection d'images de visualisation 3D et de captures issues du dispositif d'acquisition photogrammétrique

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7103

Duration

00:13:07

Production year

2021

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HD
16/9
Color & BW
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Summary

A series of 17 videos created by the teams from the ""Digital Data"" working group of the Notre-Dame de Paris scientific site (Ministry of Culture/CNRS) which was formed following the fire on 15 April 2019. The aim is to build a ""digital ecosystem"" of the cathedral that provides useful information for the restoration work as well as updating the knowledge of the building. It involves teams from around fifty laboratories throughout France.

Navigation in the 3D model of the cathedral
#1 Navigation in the 3D model of the cathedral by El Mustapha Mouaddib (MIS)
#2 Travelling backwards on the South facade of the cathedral from the 3D point cloud by Violette Abergel (MAP)
#3 Travelling inside the choir of the cathedral from the 3D point cloud by Violette Abergel (MAP)
#4 View of the statue of the Virgin and Child on the occidental facade of the cathedral (western facade) from the 3D point cloud by Violette Abergel (MAP)
#5 Vertical panoramic view of the cathedral apse from the 3D point cloud by Violette Abergel (MAP)
#6 Travelling on the intrados of the vaults of the cathedral's choir and nave before the fire from the 3D point cloud by Violette Abergel (MAP)
#7 Travelling on the intrados of the vaults of the cathedral's choir and nave before the fire from the 3D point cloud by Violette Abergel (MAP)
#8 Travelling on the extrados of the choir vaults, from the point cloud by Violette Abergel (MAP)
#9 Travelling over the remains of the roof frame on the extrados of the cathedral's choir vaults from the 3D point cloud by Violette Abergel (MAP)

II. Photogrammetric survey of the vaults
#10 3D animation of the photogrammetric survey of the cathedral's nave vaults intrados and choir vaults extrados by Renato Saleri (MAP)
#11 Capturing device for the photogrammetric survey of the roof frame remains on the extrados of the cathedral's vaults by Renato Saleri (MAP)
#12 Photogrammetric 3D point cloud of the roof frame remains on the extrados of the cathedral's choir vaults by Renato Saleri (MAP)
#13 3D mesh of the roof frame remains on the extrados of the choir vaults of the cathedral by Renato Saleri (MAP)

III. 3D rendering of the roof frames
#14 Exploded view of the missing choir roof frame and its remains on the extrados of the cathedral vaults by Kévin Jacquot (MAP)
#15 3D reconstruction of the cathedral's missing roof frames by Kevin Jacquot (MAP)

IV. From digitisation to spatio-temporal spatialisation of the keystones
#16 Photogrammetric capture of a keystone of the collapsed nave's double arch in the cathedral in progress by Eloi Gattet (Mercurio)
#17 Spatial-temporal location of the keystones of the nave's collapsed double arch in the cathedral by Livio De Luca (MAP)


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The Notre-Dame scientific project CNRS/Ministry of Culture is developed in collaboration with the Public body in charge of the conservation and restoration of Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral.

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