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- September 2015 : New Release of an interactive 3DPetriemuseum website!
- 2 June 2015 Celebrating 100 years of the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology at UCL
- August 2014: 3DPetrie Team member Giancarlo Amati gives a presentation on 3D Programming at UCLCoding Club
- 30 April 2014 Press Release of the new 3D website
- 28 March '14: 3D Petrie launches new interactive website
- 02 Feb '14 Blog: The journey of a 3D model into interactive applications.
- 15 Oct '13: Review of Tour of the Nile
- 10 Nov' 13: 3D Petrie offers 3D Workshops
- 9 Oct '13: Science of 3D e-brochure
- 21 Sept '13: 3DPetrie on BBC Click
- 10 Sept '13: UCL-Q opening
- 02 July '13: Android app for Interactive Businesscard
- 21 June '13: 3DPetrie at MA conference in Nov '13
- 28 May '13: Call for Volunteers
- 03 May 2013: Call for Volunteers for our new Petrie website
- 20 Feb '13: UCLNews 3DEncouters exhibit at UCL-Q
- 20 Feb '13: 3DPetrie wins Teaching Innovations Grant
- 09 July 2013: 3DPetrie APP now also for iTunes
- 14 Feb '13: '3DEncounters: Where Science meets Heritage at UCL-Qatar'
- 14 Feb '13: First 3D Petrie App launched on iTunes
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e-brochure 'Science of 3D' published by 3D Petrie
UCL is contributing to UK Qatar Year of Culture. University College London (UCL) is excited to be taking part in Qatar UK 2013 which celebrates the friendship between Qatar and the United Kingdom through the arts, culture, education, science and sport.
For those who will not have the opportunity to visit the exhibition "3D Encounters: Where Science meets Heritage" at UCL Qatar (Doha) or those who want to know more about the research behind it, this digital flipbook provides a behind the scenes look at 3D research and development at UCL, and in particular at UCL Museums and Public Engagement , and UCL Photogrammetry, 3D imaging and metrology reseach group. Being able to scientifically capture objects ‘in the round’ can support conservation programmes and enable close comparison of similar objects. In order to assess the potential of 3D recording to permit new interpretations and reach new global audiences for the museum world, this e-brochure has contributors who are conversant in the technology, 3d graphics, software development, digital humanities, curation, museum management, anthropology and practice of object handling and 3D capture.
The editors would like to thank all contributors to this 'Science of 3D' e-brochure! A special "Thank You" to Professor Michael Worton who commissioned and inspired this e-publication.
View the e-brochure. It has the following chapters, each with case studies from 3D Petrie and UCL CEGE.
- 1. Introduction
- 2. Science
- 3. Digital Museum
- 3.1 Interactives
- 3.2 Virtual Exhibitions
- 3.3 Objects
- 3.4 Spaces
- 4. Connecting to the wider world
- 5. How to study 3D
- 6. Acknowledgments
More information about the editors of this brochure: Mona Hess, Tonya Nelson, Stuart Robson.
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