3D Petrie Museum

This is a simple, but elegant example of the use of 3D by the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology. It has one of the largest ancient Egyptian and Sudanese collections in the world, named after pioneering Egyptologist, William Matthew Flinders Petrie.

This certainly provides access and it seems to me an incentive to visit the museum to see the art in real life. Thanks to Bill Gutelius at Active Imaging Systems for the heads up.

Here’s another example of a virtual museum from Meg Waters.

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