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Gerlamoos Filial Church

The series of illustrations dating back over 500 years on the north wall of the filial church in Gerlamoos are a part of a monitoring program for historic frescoes set up by the Austrian Federal Monuments Authority. We were given to chance to document the existing structure in high-definition and with millimetre precision. A true orthophoto of the entire series of illustrations was produced at a resolution capable of depicting even 0.3-millimetre thick cracks to scale by using a calibrated high-tech camera system, perfect illumination, and laser-scanning.

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A member of Bogensberger Vermessung / Surveys is checking the pictures of the historic fresco of Gerlamoos.
A true-orthophoto of the historic frescoes of Gerlamoos.

True orthophoto, Gerlamoos | AT

A member of Bogensberger Vermessung / Surveys is checking the pictures of the historic fresco of Gerlamoos.

Photo equipment, Gerlamoos | AT

Profile

  • Field of activity: Architectural and cultural heritage survey
  • Location: Gerlamoos, Carinthia | AT
  • Project period: 2017
  • Client: Bundesdenkmalamt
  • Camera: PhaseOne iQ3 100 Megapixel
  • Scanner: Leica ScanStation C10
  • Pictures: 16
  • Resolution: 3.150 px/m bzw. M 1:5 @ 400dpi

Services

  • building survey using a tachymeter-supported camera and laser-scanning technology
  • Photogrammetric survey according to ÖNORM A6250-2
  • Output of true orthophotos
  • 2D plan drawing

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