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St. Stephen’s Cathedral, Vienna

The high resolution documentation of the Tomp of Emperor Frederick III.

The tomb of Emperor Frederick III in St. Stephan's Cathedral was created by Niklas Gerhaert van Leyden in the end of the fifteenth century and is finely decorated.
On behalf of the Dombauhütte St. Stephan in Vienna, the extremely detailed tomb was elaborately meassured three-dimensionally. The Comet L3D from the Steinbichler company has been used for high-resolution documentation. The fringe projection scanning method is ideally suited for the complex stone surface and permits the detailed recording of the tomb with a resolution of approx. 0.5 mm.
A special challenge for this project was on the one hand the sheer size of the 3D model, on the other hand the very detailed surface with more than 200 figures, countless animal presentations and rich ornaments.
Individual parts of the tomb were prepared separately. For example, 3D printing was generated from the top plate and the relief plates. In addition, a complete CAD-set of the grave was created.

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