One of the main questions they have faced lately at the San Fernando Academy of Fine Arts is how to put a XNUMXst century engineering masterpiece inside a museum. The solution is to create one of the best scale models that can be done and for that data, measurements and especially a 3D scanner and high resolution photographs of each detail implemented in it are needed.
To finally get all this material a group of specialists in the manufacture of realistic models have been using drones equipped with high-resolution cameras and 3D scanners. Thanks to this difficult process, a model totally different from what you can imagine is being created since we are not only talking about the inclusion of a 185-meter-high bridge in a wall screen, but also of a piece that can be moved via Wi-Fi from a tablet, enlarge its cut, rotate it and above all study it in maximum detail.
As a detail, let you know that the San Fernando Academy of Fine Arts is not only interested in offering a next-generation model of the new Cádiz bridge, but that, once all the necessary shots have been made for the construction of this digital model with flights over 200 meters highThe entire team will begin to work on new designs with monuments such as the Tarragona aqueduct or the Romanesque church of Vera Cruz (Segovia) as protagonists.