The purpose of digital cultural heritage dissemination requires multiple communication tactics to reach as broad an audience as possible. The relationship between high-tech and low-tech knowledge for visual communication requires an overall reflection on the role of expert knowledge to reach a wide audience. In this respect, Visual Journalism is a practical methodology for communicating cultural heritage and facilitating public access to complex content. The elaboration of this kind of visualisation, with particular reference to the use of 3D models of heritage sites, becomes an opportunity for a reflection on the role of heritage communication to achieve a broad strategy for its accessibility in a general sense.
Visual Journalism Applications: 3D Modeling for Cultural Heritage Sites Visualization / Ganciu, Amedeo; Pileri, Marta; Sias, Andrea; Valentino, Michele. - (2023), pp. 321-332. [10.1007/978-3-031-15321-1_19]