MULTI-SENSOR SURVEYS FOR THE CHURCH OF SANT'AGNELLO ABATE. 3D MODELS AND VIRTUAL FRUITION
Keywords: Multi-sensor surveys, Chiesa Sant’Agnello Abate, cultural heritage, 3D reconstructions
Abstract. The proposed contribution outlines the study conducted on the Church of Sant’Agnello Abate, located in the ancient center of the city of Maddaloni. The church is characterized by severe decay conditions and has been inaccessible and unusable for decades. To recover the memory of a place that was habitually used until 1980, survey activities were performed on the building body. Specifically, multi-sensor surveys have been performed and allowed the complete 3D documentation of the building. Various goals were set: documenting the current condition and configuration of the church: creating virtual fruition systems, since the place is closed and characterized by poor safety conditions; establishing communication models, aligned with contemporary iconographic culture, for the appearance of the places before 1980. Both for survey technologies and fruition modalities, low-cost systems were employed and tested.