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Digital Segusio: from models generation to urban reconstruction
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Reconstruction of the Maximus circus
General view on the spina with ponds. A coupling in travel since more than 20 years, the Archéovision team (PFT 3D, UMS SHS 3D 3657 Schedules III) is working on the return of the Rome Grand Circus in its state of the fourth century p.c. (scientific file and modelling). As part of a research collabor...
Building zeolites from precrystallized units: nanoscale architecture
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NHK, Taisei, CNRS: a Franco-Japanese collaboration for the 3D Reconstruction of the Town of Aï Khanoum in Afghanistan
International audience Thanks to the initiative of Mr Kikuchi, producer of a TV series on the Japanese channel NHK, in 2002 a team from the French Centre de la recherche scientifique (CNRS-ENS UMR 8546) had the opportunity to participate in a 3D reconstruction of the town of Ai Khanum. This reconstr...
An Injectable Meta-Biomaterial: From Design and Simulation to In Vivo Shaping and Tissue induction.
A novel type of injectable biomaterial with an elastic softening transition is described. The material enables in vivo shaping, followed by induction of 3D stable vascularized tissue. The synthesis of the injectable meta-biomaterial is instructed by extensive numerical simulation as a suspension of...
Comparisons of preoperative three-dimensional planning and surgical reconstruction in primary cementless total hip arthroplasty.
Reconstruction of important parameters such as femoral offset and torsion is inaccurate, when templating is based on plain x-rays. We evaluate intraoperative reproducibility of pre-operative CT-based 3D-templating in a consecutive series of 50 patients undergoing primary cementless THA through an an...
A model-based approach to compute 3D bipedal locomotion based on anthropological data - application to non-human primates and early hominids
International audience Identification of locomotion laws requires understanding the anatomical structures and the mechanisms involved during this specific movement. To this end, experimental studies in biomechanics have highlighted numerous principles such as minimizing energy, Jerk or joint torques...
Evaluating Gismondi's Representation of Portus, the Port of Imperial Rome
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River basin, virtual reality
[ES] In order to explain in a didactic way and disseminate knowledge of the key periods of the historical development of the city of Cuenca, the Cuenca project was created, a virtual reality, in which the Islamic Basin, the Cristiana Basin and the 18th century Basin are recreated. The application de...
Similarity-driven multi-dimensional binning algorithm (SIMBA) for free-running motion-suppressed whole-heart MRA.
Whole-heart MRA techniques typically target predetermined motion states, address cardiac and respiratory dynamics independently, and require either complex planning or computationally demanding reconstructions. In contrast, we developed a fast data-driven reconstruction algorithm with minimal physio...
Navigating in a Virtual 3D Maze: Body and Gravity, Two Possible Reference Frames for Perceiving and Memorizing
International audience Although recent studies have brought new insight into the mechanisms of spatial memory and cognitive strategies during navigation, most of these studies have concerned two-dimensional navigation and little is known regarding the problem of three-dimensional (3D) spatial memory...
3D surface reconstruction using HMH algorithm
Fusion of images: counter-application of the distribution of prostatic biopsies
This paper is about the application of a 3D ultrasound data fusion technique to the 3D reconstruction of prostate biopies in a reference volume. The method is introduced and its evaluation on a series of data coming from 15 patients is described.
Characterization of a landslide geometry using 3D seismic refraction traveltime tomography: The La Valette landslide case history
International audience The geometry of the bedrock, internal layers and shear surfaces/bands controls the deformation pattern and the mechanisms of landslides. A challenge to progress in the forecast of landslide acceleration in terms of early-warning is therefore to characterize the 3D geometry of...
ARCHITECTURAL RULES FOR THREE-DIMENSIONAL RECONSTRUCTION
International audience The three-dimensional reconstruction of the urban fabrics has been the object of several studies and research. To lead to the acquisition of the geometry of architectural or urban sets, some of the studies were based on photogrammetry or vision by computer. Others use a laser...
Exploring visually the known and the ill-known about Krakow's centre urban evolution: An information visualisation perspective.
International audience Analysing and depicting in 3D the design and transformations of urban structures have been concerns ever since the nineteenth century, for both historians and urban planners. What exactly is the impact of the digital humanities on the way we use today’s means of investigation?...
The mixed, fragmented, reconstructed and repopulated spaces of the OFabulis
OFabulis video game is an experimental video game that was created as part of an eponymous research project on heritage enhancement. It was carried out in an interdisciplinary context between digital arts, game studies, information and communication sciences, cultural history, heritage sciences and...
Applications of Anorectal Ultrasound in Anorectal Disorders
Endoanal ultrasound (EAUS) and endorectal ultrasound (ERUS) have been introduced to clinical use since the 1980s. The techniques have been used to assess various anorectal disorders and conditions, including anorectal abscess and fistula, fecal incontinence, anorectal tumor, anorectal pain and occas...
Analytical reconstruction algorithm for the scanner based on MINDView monolithic crystals
[ES] Positron Emission Tomography (PET) is a nuclear medicine technique in which an image is generated from matching gamma ray detection. These rays are produced inside a patient who is injected with a positron-emitting radiotrazator, which is nested with electrons from the surrounding environment....
The invention of the water-mill
The issue of the water mill is a crucial point in the history of techniques in two ways: firstly because it affects an essential aspect of human food (the milling of cereals), secondly because it is the first practical application of an engine, other than man or animal, to operate a mechanism. The h...
Roman theatre typology test
Organised by ERLIS in Caen; published under the direction of Sophie Madeleine and Philippe Fleury.ISBN: 978-2-84133-844-3.Title of the communication on the programme: Epidemic typology test in antique theatres. The issue of protection against the sun for spectators installed in ancient open-cast ent...
Three-dimensional histological imaging of primate brain and correlation with in vivo medical device images
The 3D reconstruction of series of histological slices is an imaging technique that appeared about 25 years ago but that is only starting now to become recognized as an imaging modality per se. Thanks to this technique, it becomes possible to restore the spatial consistency of the brain and to match...
Bioarchaeological analysis of the mounted archers from the Hungarian Conquest period (10th century) : Horse riding and activity-related skeletal changes
Some changes observed on human bones can be related to activities practiced during life. Scholars have considered the reconstruction of activities from skeletal changes in past populations as “Bioarchaeology’s Holy Grail”. Horse riding, in particular, has interested bioarchaeologists and paleopathol...
Hough-Transform and Extended RANSAC Algorithms for Automatic Detection of 3D Building Roof Planes from Lidar Data
Airborne laser scanner technique is broadly the most appropriate way to acquire rapidly and with high density 3D data over a city. <br />Once the 3D Lidar data are available, the next task is the automatic data processing, with major aim to construct 3D building models. <br />Among the numerous auto...
ACME : Automated Cell Morphology Extractor for Comprehensive Reconstruction of Cell Membranes
The quantification of cell shape, cell migration, and cell rearrangements is important for addressing classical questions in developmental biology such as patterning and tissue morphogenesis. Time-lapse microscopic imaging of transgenic embryos expressing fluorescent reporters is the method of choic...