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The Temple of Neptune 3D Model
Erected around the fifth century BC, the Temple of Neptune is the largest and best preserved temple in the archaeological area of Paestum. The monument covers an area of 24 m x 60 m and consists of 6 frontal and 14 lateral columns.
The monument was surveyed with two image sets:
(i) 680 terrestrial images taken with a hand-held NIKON D3X, achieving an average GSD of 1 cm
(ii) 156 drone-acquired images taken with a CanonEOS 550D, mounted on a Esafly A2500 of SAL Engineering, achieving an average GSD of 3-4 cm.
Data set: courtesy of Fabio Remondino, Salvatore Barba, and Soprintendenza Archeologica della Campania
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