Post 6 – 3DR – Outdoor Statue Case Study – Introduction and Capturing

  The second case study for the NUIM-AFF621: Remaking the Physical – 3D recording assignment involved the capture of a statue in the outdoors using a digital camera. Thereafter, it entailed the processing of the photographs using photogrammetry software and online tools to produce a 3D model. This post will discuss the background of the object and the capturing phase for this case study. Initially, I tried to capture a statue in a … Continue reading

Post 3: 3DR – Museum Case Study – Capturing

  The first case study for the NUIM-AFF621: Remaking the Physical – 3D recording assignment was introduced in the previous post. The vessel chosen for the 3D recording is a bipartite bowl documented by the National Museum of Ireland as file no. 1A/48/04 and registered as 2004E505:5. It dates to the Early Bronze Age and was found in a cist grave in 2004 in Liscooly, Co. Donegal. I also recounted the visit to the museum and … Continue reading