Completed: 3D colour laser scanning
The aim of this project was to bring together museum conservators, educators, scientists,
curators and other professionals from the higher education and museum
sectors, who are interested in 3D imaging technologies and its implications
across the heritage sector
through workshops, practical sessions and conferences.
UCL has commissioned a state of the art Arius 3D laser-based imaging system that is capable of capturing highly accurate 3D geometry and colour information from complex objects. This is a facility newly acquired in Europe and one of the highest-quality 3D scanners in the world.
Continue reading on the UCL Museums and Public Engagement site.
UCL held two events to update staff, students and external researchers about the state of the art of 3D for Cultural Heritage
- March 2008: UCL Museums and UCL CEGE organized an International conference on 3D colour laser scanning at UCL.
- September 2010: UCL Museums and Collections workshop: Life cycle of a digital object. Hands-on experience from laser scanning to visualisation and 3D printing;
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