A web-based GIS system to manage and understand cultural heritage and settings
Fukushima, Ayako, Shimpkawa, Yuuichi, Masuda, Tatsuo, Miyashit, Tomohiro, Sakao, Shigehiko, Sone, Atsushi, Shiroki, Mamoru and Kawahara, Dai (2005) A web-based GIS system to manage and understand cultural heritage and settings. In: 15th ICOMOS General Assembly and International Symposium: ‘Monuments and sites in their setting - conserving cultural heritage in changing townscapes and landscapes’, 17 – 21 oct 2005, Xi'an, China. [Conference or Workshop Item]
Abstract (in English)
Significance of cultural heritage is often inseparable from their settings, or significance often reside in settings. Settings contain physical features as well as non-physical features: physical features include complicated natural landform such as valleys, water body, or forest, as well as man-made features like buildings, bridges, roads, or farm lands. Non-physical features are human activities and eco-systems produced by suck activities as farming, fishing, festival etc. How can we manage and understand such complicated space as “settings”? One of the keys is the “three-dimensionality” of settings. We need to manage and understand settings and the relationships among various factors which settings have in 3D space. Our project team developed a web-based 3D GIS system to manage and understand settings. The system allows data analysis to be done in 2D or 3D GIS system. Heritage managers can freely move around 3D space and check analysed data in 3D space to manage the area. The system is also meant to be used for public outreach. It enables people to visually understand the 3D space and virtually interact with 3D space to find out the significance of the settings.
|Item Type:||Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)|
|Keywords:||settings; management; GIS; 3D; conservation; web; virtual reality|
|Subjects:||F.SCIENTIFIC TECHNIQUES AND METHODOLOGIES OF CONSERVATION > 61. Others
E.CONSERVATION AND RESTORATION > 07. Management
F.SCIENTIFIC TECHNIQUES AND METHODOLOGIES OF CONSERVATION > 25. Heritage documentation
|ICOMOS Special Collection:||Scientific Symposium (ICOMOS General Assemblies)|
|ICOMOS Special Collection Volume:||2005, 15th|
|Depositing User:||Jose Garcia|
|Date Deposited:||17 Nov 2010 19:16|
|Last Modified:||13 Jan 2011 19:14|
|References:||1.Wilfried LIPP, CHANGING THE SETTING CAN MEAN CHANGING THE IMPACT THE CASE OF VIENNA, ICOMOS News Vol.15. No.1, 2005; Yukio NISHIMURA, RETHINKING THE NOTION OF SETTING IN CHANGING LANDSCAPES, ICOMOS News Vol.15. No.1, pp.12-13, 2005.
2.This Udatsu-yama project is contracted to KIT by the Board of Education of Kanazawa City.
3.53 temples exist in Udatsuyama-District.
4.This engine is developed by CAD CENTER.
5.Tohru OHBA, An Experiment on the Discussion between Citizens and City Officials Using an Electronic Conference System with WebGIS, Theory and Application of GIS, Vol.13, No.1, pp99-106, 2005.
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