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The Ambrogiana villa in Montelupo F.no (FI)

A treasure to be recovered

The Ambrogiana villa was built in the 16th century by Grand Duke Ferdinand I of the Medici family and in the 19th century it was transformed into a criminal insane asylum.

Virtual visits: Information sections

3D models

3D model snapshots

Virtual Tours

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The Medici villa said l’Ambrogiana in Montelupo Fiorentino (FI).
Virtual visits.

In this section interactive 2D e 3D multimedia (high definition images, panoramic images, videos, 3D laser scanner models, historical photos) can be visibile and consulted. 

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3D models

The high resolution 3D model of the 'cave' of  Villa de' Medici is generated starting from the data acquired with Terrestrial Laser Scanner FARO Photon 120 to document its current precarious conservation state.

Clicking on the image, you can view the low resolution 3D model in WebGL.

Clicking on the first image to the left you can view the 3D model in WebGL. Otherwise click on the right one a video shows the simultaneous navigation of the 3D model (5 million of triangles) and calibrated images using an open source software, PhotoCloud.

3D model snapshots

Virtual Tours

The Ambrogiana virtual tour allows the visit at 360° of the 'main hall' and the two adjacent rooms that offer the idea of the ancient splendor of the interior of the Villa despite their poor state of preservation. The tour is enriched by images of detail and art-historical information.

The Grotta virtual tour permits the exploretion at 360° of the inside and outside of the cave. Thanks to it one can see the preserved decoration of sponges, fossils and bas-reliefs made ​​by Giovan Battista del Tadda Ferrucci when, from 1578 to 1590, he organized the planting of the villa's garden for Ferdinando I de 'Medici.

Compositions