The history of the Visual Computing Lab of CNR-ISTI began more than 25 years ago in Pisa, Italy. We have initially focused on scientific visualization, then moved to geometry processing, multiresolution representation/visualization, deformable models, 3D digitization, texturing, and mesh parameterization. Currently, our main application domain is Cultural Heritage (that is a rather natural choice since we are based in Tuscany), including virtual museums, restoration, documentation, and rapid reproduction.
- 3D/2D Digitization
- Geometry Processing
- Interactive Graphics
- 3D Graphics for Cultural Heritage
- 3D Fabrication