Videography, photogrammetry and networks. A path to explore—and get lost in?

  1. Juan José Fernández Martín
  2. Jesús San José Alonso
  3. Jorge García Fernández
Architectural draughtsmanship: from analog to digital narratives
  1. Enrique Castaño Perea (ed. lit.)
  2. Ernesto Echeverría Valiente (ed. lit.)

Publisher: Springer International Publishing AG ; Springer Suiza

ISBN: 3-319-58855-9 3-319-58856-7

Year of publication: 2018

Pages: 687-697

Type: Book chapter


The photogrammetry has stood out for decades as a field of research in the documentation of heritage. In the last five years, while the current level of projects in our country has fallen far below where it used to be, other opportunities related to graphic expression have by necessity become considerably more numerous in the meantime. These opportunities related to photogrammetry and graphic expression range from interpretation, dissemination and outreach regarding heritage to the development of virtual, augmented or personalized reality systems. Having the Videography, Photogrammetry and (Social) Networks as main tools for documenting, describing and communicating the built environment, the hereby submitted manuscript describes the author’s experiences in three different areas: teaching architectural drawing; teaching advanced architectural representation; and research in photogrammetry. Finally, this paper summarize the analysis and final consideration, related to the uses of the proposed collaborative tools for both research and teaching, and the interaction with undergraduate and graduate students.