Turin 1911 reborn in a 3D platform through the power of digital technologies

A. Spreafico, F. Chiabrando, C. Della Coletta

The integration of humanities and digital technologies offers vast potential for the future of Cultural Heritage (CH). Through digital preservation and restoration, high-resolution scanning, 3D modeling, and virtual reality, CH can be preserved and made accessible to future generations. The integration of humanities and digital technologies also enhances data analysis, research, cultural exchange, and collaboration. Digital technologies enable broader accessibility and learning, while immersive experiences and online platforms foster inclusivity and cultural dialogue. The successful restoration of Turin 1911 demonstrates the transformative impact of merging humanities and digital technologies in preserving and exploring CH. By leveraging the power of these disciplines, we can shape the future of CH, ensuring its relevance for generations to come.