Carlos Bayod Lucini is Project Director at Factum Foundation. His work is dedicated to the development and application of digital technology to the recording, study and dissemination of Cultural Heritage. With the Lucida 3D Scanner, he has digitized 200+ artworks in the main museums and archaeological sites, contributing to revealing the importance of the painted surface’s relief. Carlos received an MS in Architecture from the Technical University of Madrid and is a PhD candidate at the Department of Art Theory and History at the Autonomous University of Madrid. He has taught at the GSAPP’s Historic Preservation Program in Columbia University (New York) and lectured extensively worldwide.