Category Archives: art

Last Supper Site Preserved with 3D Laser Scanning

This in-depth article features the 3D laser scanning of what is claimed to be the site of the Last Supper. From an article in Fox News by James Rogers The room venerated as the site of Jesus’ Last Supper has … Continue reading

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Google Arts and Culture Program Preserves the Past

The Google Arts and Culture program is providing all of us with an incredible opportunity to experience places we might never see. From an article in i News by Rhiannon Williams. Technology, as an industry dedicated to the relentless reinvention … Continue reading

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USF is Preserving Cape Canaveral Launch Complexes in 3D

As the world celebrated 50 years since man first walked on the moon it seemed like a perfect time to highlight how USF is preserving the rapidly decaying launch facilities at Cape Canaveral, FL. From the USF website. Our team … Continue reading

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Entertainment Scanning Firm Joins Leading Game Platform

Thanks to my daughter for the heads up on this story. I am always amazed when I come across a 3D entertainment company like Quixel, a ten year old firm based in Sweden and Pakistan that has been scanning the … Continue reading

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Eisenhower Memorial Enlists 3D Laser Scanning

When it opens in September, one of the most dramatic features of the Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial in Washington, D.C., will be a 450-foot-long stainless steel tapestry depicting the coast of Normandy, France, the site of the Allied D-Day Victory … Continue reading

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Imagine – Important Book on Creative Problem Solving

I am in the process of re-reading one of the most inspiring and therefore important (especially for the YGPs) books that I have ever read. The book is Imagine by Jonah Lehrer. The main theme is creativity and how it … Continue reading

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3D Printed Replica of Raffaello’s Tomb

The Covid-19 pandemic is forcing all social venues – including museums and exhibits – to close their doors to slow down the virus’ diffusion. For the Raffello exhibit, which marks the ​500-year anniversary of famous Italian painter’s death, Factum Arte … Continue reading

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Tu Duc Tomb First Vietnamese Site in Open Heritage

The tomb of Emperor Tu Duc of the Nguyen Dynasty has become the first Vietnamese site to be featured in Google’s Open Heritage database which is a theme in Google’s Arts and Culture project. What could be found on Open … Continue reading

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Notre Dame Cathedral Update is Not Encouraging

I just heard an update on what has to be the saddest story that we reported on this year, namely the horrific fire in the roof of the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, France. At this point they are not … Continue reading

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Wave of Demand for Scanning Coming Says Industry Leader

Today 3D measurement is a common sight, not only in the quality field, but also for design, reverse engineering and movies. “In my view, there’s a wave of demand for 3D scanning coming,” says Michael Raphael, CEO and founder of … Continue reading

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