3D Methods in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage

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Researchers discover vast ancient cities hidden deep beneath the Cambodian jungle. Australian archaeologists have found ancient underground cities in the archaeological park of Angkor (Siem Reap, Cambodia), home of the famous Angkor Wat temple. Angkor Wat, Nasa, History Of Earth, Khmer Empire, Underground Cities, Archaeology News, Lost City, Mother Nature, Videos

Laser Scans Reveal Massive Khmer Cities Hidden in the Cambodian Jungle

Using Lidar technology, researchers are discovering the extent of the medieval Khmer empire

Braille Art - Madrid’s Prado Museum features a braille art gallery that helps the visually impaired to experience iconic masterpieces. Titled ‘Hoy toca e. Most Famous Artists, Most Famous Paintings, Classic Paintings, Noli Me Tangere, Le Prado, Madrid Prado, Unique Art Projects, Museum Exhibition, Art Museum

Please Touch the Art: 3-D Printing Helps Visually Impaired Appreciate Paintings

The new "Touching the Prado" exhibit in Madrid showcases 3-D replicas of paintings, so blind visitors can feel key works of art

developed by a team from the university of buffalo, touch-responsive maps provide an interactive navigation experience to the visually impaired Interactive Map, Interactive Design, City Model, Workspace Inspiration, Motion Design, Helping People, Print Design, Graphic Design, Blinds

3D talking map can help the blind find their way

The Perkins School for the Blind in Massachusetts just got a high-tech installation to help keep their students from getting lost around campus: a three-dimensional map that talks. Its miniature Monopoly-like buildings and other elements (which were 3D printed, by the way) are coated in conductive paint, so they can recognize when they're being touched. If someone does, the map will announce the building's or any other structure's name along with directions on how to get there. Some areas…

New software developed by researchers at Lockheed Martin can take this point cloud map of crops and trees from thousands of images snapped by drones and render it within 24 hours. Point Cloud, Uav Drone, Scores, Archaeology, Landing, Country Roads, Clouds, Map, Technology

Drones could 3D-map scores of hectares of land in just a few hours

New algorithm stitches together images with unprecedented speed

London Printshow 2015 to Tickle Tastebuds via First Printing Pop-up Restaurant Maybe something for Printer Chat? Food Design, Design Ideas, Wooden Staircase Design, Charles Perrault, 3d Printed Objects, Living Room Decor Cozy, Cozy Living, 3d Printing Industry, Pop Up Restaurant

Foodies Embrace 3-D–Printed Cuisine

Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives.

Scientists regularly comb through data, from medical images to maps of the moon, yet they are often stuck using flat computer screens that can’t fully represent data sets. Now, researchers have developed a method of printing t. Data Science, Teaching Science, Science And Nature, Latest Science News, 3d Printing Industry, Classical Antiquity, Biochemistry, Archaeology, Scientists

These stunning 3D models are transforming scientists’ raw data

Voxel printing can even reproduce empty space

Unseen Art: Re-creating classical art paintings in so that they may be touched and felt, both in exhibitions and in people’s homes Plaster Sculpture, 3d Painting, Art Paintings, Classical Art, Interesting Reads, Archaeology, Art Projects, Aurora Sleeping Beauty, Museum

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Unseen Art: Re-creating classical art paintings in 3D so that they may be touched and felt, both in exhibitions and in people’s homes

A project is underway that uses tourist photos to make digital reconstructions of artworks destroyed by IS in Iraq. February Days, Bbc News, Volunteers, Three Dimensional, Archaeology, Nepal, Effort, Cyber, Islamic

'Cyber-archaeology' salvages lost Iraqi art

A project is underway that uses tourist photos to make 3D digital reconstructions of artworks destroyed by IS in Iraq.

While not a full scale model on show at Maker Faire, at 4 m ft) it was able to produce smaller versions of its mud brick dwellings and serve as a proof-of-concept 3d Printing Business, 3d Printing Service, Mud Image, 3d Printed House, Mud House, Low Cost Housing, Proof Of Concept, Cool Robots, House Made

3D Printer Builds Homes From Mud In Impoverished Areas

Nearly one billion people around the globe are homeless or live in substandard housing. In the era of 3D printing, some have addressed this crisis through

Back in the and centuries lived an Italian artist named Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni, who we all refer to as just Michelangelo. Lost Art, Italian Artist, Michelangelo, Artist Names, Print Pictures, 16th Century, Archaeology, 3d Printing, Battle

Bringing Lost Art Back From the Grave via 3D Printing - Sculptor is Recreating Michelangelo's "Battle of Cascina" - 3DPrint.com | The Voice of 3D Printing / Additive Manufacturing

Back in the 15th and 16th centuries lived an Italian artist named Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni, who we all refer to as just Michelangelo. It’s not too often that...

Capturing data in Cusco, Peru. You don't need to travel to Peru anymore to experience the Inca buildings Peru Travel, Archaeological Site, Archaeology, Fun Facts, Cusco Peru, Culture, Digital, Live, Buildings

Live Online at SI X 3D

Digital 3D offers Smithsonian researchers new ways to study museum objects and historic and archaeological sites. Now Smithsonian X 3D is making 3D images, tools for viewing, and downloadable data available to everyone online.

The face of heritage is being changed for the better by new technology. Read more to discover how tech is making heritage preservation work easier. Change Is Good, Art Education, Archaeology, Culture, Technology, 3d, Thoughts, Face, Tecnologia

6 Ways Technology is Revolutionizing Heritage

The face of heritage is being changed for the better by new technology. Read more to discover how tech is making heritage preservation work easier.

Street Art Tricks: How to Blend Prints into Real-Life Objects « Autodesk Max 3d Street Art, Street Art Graffiti, Graffiti Artwork, Banksy Stencil, 3d Printed Objects, 3d Studio, 3d Prints, Mural Art, Art Google

A Sandstone Block Built From Lego, Blending Real Objects With 3d Prints

A Sandstone Block Built From Lego, Blending Real Objects With 3d Prints: By combining 3d scanning, 3d digital modelling, and 3d printing, it is possible to create amazing and surprising effects, objects that can seamlessly blend between reality and imagination. In this tutorial, I describe the process of making a full ...

From the Temple of Bastet, Bubastis, Egypt Dynasty, around 1800 BC. From a colossal statue in a temple.<br>Scan by Thomas Flynn using a Sony DSC and Catch Ancient Artifacts, Ancient Egypt, British Museum, Monuments, Statues, 3d Printing Companies, Sculptures, Lion Sculpture, Digital Art Gallery

3D Insider - Leading 3D Printing Publication

3D Insider is a leading technology publication covering the latest emerging news in topics such as 3D printing, drones, and virtual reality.

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