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Image and Point Cloud Data Fusion of Three-Dimensional Reconstruction Technologies in Digital Application Research in Museums

Background: As digital technology continues to advance and gain widespread use, the creation of digital museums is becoming more and more prevalent. In response to the diverse needs of society, there is a growing demand for high-quality digital museums.Objectives: In particular, three-dimensional data collection is a cutting-edge technology with great promise. However, current research suggests that the accuracy and integrity of museum data could be improved, and the 3D reality reconstruction process needs to be improved. Methods: By conducting a thorough analysis of the advantages and disadvantages of single data source modeling, we can provide more precise and reliable data to support the digital transformation of museums. Results: The study addresses the challenges of digitalizing museums in our country by employing drone slope photography, three-dimensional laser scanning, and ground proximity measurement technology to obtain high-accuracy data, allowing for the precise reconstruction of three-dimensional models. Conclusions: This study approach not only marks a significant advancement in museum digitalization practices but also lays a foundation for future research directions, aiming to further refine these technologies and enhance the digital preservation and presentation of cultural heritage.

1. Introduction

2. The Need for the Digital Building of Museums

3. Technical aspects of the digitalization of museums

4. Exploring the three-dimensional reconstruction technology of digitalization of museums

5. Strategies for optimizing the development of high-quality digitalization of museums

6. Concluding Remarks

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