The paper aims to examine the last results of experimental and interdisciplinary research, started in the archaeological area in Pompeii by the “Federico II” University in 2010, on the enlarged fruition in Pompeii. After Covid-19 pandemic is necessary to rethink the use of the archaeological site considering the need put in place by the health emergency, combining instances of a perception of the archaeological heritage in safety with those of a direct and indirect experience, rationalized and increased thanks to the Universal Design and the use of new interoperable technologies. The increase of knowledge, the survey, and the digitalization of the acquisition processes, by developing optimized methodologies for integrated surveying and modeling for the Heritage Building Information Modeling (H-BIM) and for the archiving and management of data relating to the heritage, facilitate the sharing of cognitive elements starting from new methodologies and processes of knowledge. The searches, in line with the themes of the Universal Design and thanks to an interoperable web-based platform, experiment technological devices for the accessibility in relationship with the changed needs of cultural fruition due to the pandemic. A special focus analyse on how the conscious use of new technologies may be the key to understand the material and immaterial traces of the case study: Arianna’s domus, in the Regio VII, Insula IV.

Universal Design and Interoperable Digital Platforms Between Conservation and New Fruition Opportunities. The Case Study of Arianna’s Domus in Pompeii

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2022

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The paper aims to examine the last results of experimental and interdisciplinary research, started in the archaeological area in Pompeii by the “Federico II” University in 2010, on the enlarged fruition in Pompeii. After Covid-19 pandemic is necessary to rethink the use of the archaeological site considering the need put in place by the health emergency, combining instances of a perception of the archaeological heritage in safety with those of a direct and indirect experience, rationalized and increased thanks to the Universal Design and the use of new interoperable technologies. The increase of knowledge, the survey, and the digitalization of the acquisition processes, by developing optimized methodologies for integrated surveying and modeling for the Heritage Building Information Modeling (H-BIM) and for the archiving and management of data relating to the heritage, facilitate the sharing of cognitive elements starting from new methodologies and processes of knowledge. The searches, in line with the themes of the Universal Design and thanks to an interoperable web-based platform, experiment technological devices for the accessibility in relationship with the changed needs of cultural fruition due to the pandemic. A special focus analyse on how the conscious use of new technologies may be the key to understand the material and immaterial traces of the case study: Arianna’s domus, in the Regio VII, Insula IV.
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