Project partners

Access to the topic "digitization of cultural property" was found more than 10 years ago. In the year 2006 there were first contacts to the castle Schönbrunn operating company (building director Dr. Kippes). His idea was to carry out a complete three-dimensional survey of all building and garden facilities in the near future, in order to ultimately handle the property management purely digitally. The task is to detect changes, damage, etc. at an early stage through monitoring and to simplify procurement procedures for necessary restoration work. At that time, however, were all common procedures, such. LASER scanning, far too costly and inaccurate to implement this vision. Kippes, together with the Vienna University of Technology (IPF) and Marco Brunner, methods in a digital inventory.

Different sensor components are required for a wide range of tasks in art and cultural businesses. Totally different designs can have these areas. However, the systems on the market were developed primarily for other requirements. Art and culture is a very small area in the entire requirement profile. So comes z. For example, one of the largest suppliers of LASER scanners (FARO) is actually from tunneling technology. For this reason, it was natural to develop these sensor components (cameras, scanner units, transport rails) for the respective task / requirement and adapt them to the workflow.


  • Schloß Schönbrunn, from 2005
  • At the yard 2 (wood reconstruction), 2012
  • Sofiensäle Archiving / Documentation / Visualization, 2010
  • Vienna Secession (Beethoven Frieze), 2012
  • Bavarian Palace Department, 2014, 2015
  • Staatliche Museen zu Berlin (Museum Island), 2011
  • Villa Borghese, 2012
  • Numerous acquisition and visualization projects (between 2004 and 2017)

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