By promoting awareness at several levels in collaboration with Italian organizations like the Circolo Italiano and the General Consulate of Italy in São Paulo as well as local partners (USP university and SP Municipality), this project seeks to value the local identity of a significant place for Brazil in terms of culture and distinctiveness. The collaboration's results included the dissemination of historical research and the digital documentation of buildings (carried out through the Scan-to-BIM process), which were intended to be pivotal events in the site's cultural rehabilitation. In order to prevent significant portions of a nation's history from being forgotten by the populace, historical recollections were thus encouraged. The purpose of this contribution is to use digital technologies to highlight the history of the most important area for the Brazil's Independence, which is situated in São Paulo on the banks of the Ipiranga stream, in the location where Dom Pedro I would have declared Brazil's independence from the United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil, and the Algarves on September 7, 1822. The primary tasks established by the project's partners were the dissemination activities. They attempted to value the cultural characteristics of the location, dealing with both the preservation of memories and long-term preservation of the monuments while always staying within the bounds of reliable science. The information gathered was subsequently put together in an online platform (in Portuguese language) that could explain the major outcomes and next steps to a larger audience (local population).

Ipirangadigital: 3d documentation activities for conservation and awareness increasing of cultural heritage in Brazil

Balzani, M.
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Maietti, F.;Raco, F.;Rizzi, D.;Rossato, L.
Ultimo
2023

Abstract

By promoting awareness at several levels in collaboration with Italian organizations like the Circolo Italiano and the General Consulate of Italy in São Paulo as well as local partners (USP university and SP Municipality), this project seeks to value the local identity of a significant place for Brazil in terms of culture and distinctiveness. The collaboration's results included the dissemination of historical research and the digital documentation of buildings (carried out through the Scan-to-BIM process), which were intended to be pivotal events in the site's cultural rehabilitation. In order to prevent significant portions of a nation's history from being forgotten by the populace, historical recollections were thus encouraged. The purpose of this contribution is to use digital technologies to highlight the history of the most important area for the Brazil's Independence, which is situated in São Paulo on the banks of the Ipiranga stream, in the location where Dom Pedro I would have declared Brazil's independence from the United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil, and the Algarves on September 7, 1822. The primary tasks established by the project's partners were the dissemination activities. They attempted to value the cultural characteristics of the location, dealing with both the preservation of memories and long-term preservation of the monuments while always staying within the bounds of reliable science. The information gathered was subsequently put together in an online platform (in Portuguese language) that could explain the major outcomes and next steps to a larger audience (local population).
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