Michele Russo received a MS Degree in Architecture in 2002 from the University of Ferrara, and a PhD Degree in 2007 from Politecnico di Milano, with a thesis about the integration of methods for 3D acquisition in the field of Industrial Design, Nautical Science and Cultural Heritage. During that time was involved in relevant research projects like â€œRome Rebornâ€ with UCLA and University of Virginia. From 2008 to 2010 he has worked on Cultural Heritage virtual reconstruction, developing optimized methodologies for reality-based and interpretative-based modeling, for example the â€œ3D Acquisition and modeling of POMPEII Forumâ€ with Normale di Pisa and ETH of Zurich At the same time he has defined some experimental procedures for optical active 3D systems characterization. From January, 2011 he is employed as determined researcher at INDACO Department, Politecnico of Milan. Author of several papers and Journals about 3D Imaging applied in Industrial Design, Nautical Science, Cultural Heritage and Metrology Fields.