Principle of work in the process of digitization and reconstruction of model of belt buckle by photogrammetry and 3D computer design

  • Momchil Todorov Tachev Technical University of Varna, Department of Industrial Design, 9010, 1 Studentska Street, Varna, Bulgaria
  • Tihomir Atanassov Dovramadjiev Technical University of Varna, Department of Industrial Design, 9010, 1 Studentska Street, Varna, Bulgaria
  • Ginka Velikova Jecheva Technical University of Varna, Department of Industrial Design, 9010, 1 Studentska Street, Varna, Bulgaria
  • Kremena Cankova Markova Technical University of Varna, Department of Industrial Design, 9010, 1 Studentska Street, Varna, Bulgaria
Keywords: Culture, history, digitization, photogrammetry, 3D

Abstract

Bulgarian female folk costume is rich in multiple characters, elements and details. One of the most characteristic is the belt buckles. As well as specially designed symbolism, the belt buckle - with their unique identity belong to the national - historical heritage of Bulgaria. In the present study a model of a belt buckle is digitized and reconstructed, and possessing grace and beauty. The realization of the completed three-dimensional computer model goes through stages of photogrammetry and computer design with special sculpting tools.

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Published
2018-12-20
How to Cite
Tachev, M., Dovramadjiev, T., Jecheva, G., & Markova, K. (2018, December 20). Principle of work in the process of digitization and reconstruction of model of belt buckle by photogrammetry and 3D computer design. ANNUAL JOURNAL OF TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF VARNA, BULGARIA, 2(2), 54-61. https://doi.org/10.29114/ajtuv.vol2.iss2.93
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