Post 2: 3DR – Museum Case Study – Introduction

Early Bronze Age ceramic bowls for the 3D recording project. Image source: my camera/ Image is courtesy of the National Museum of Ireland who supported the project and provided access to the artefacts.

  In the first post of this series, I examined the benefits of 3D recording in the context of cultural heritage and briefly discussed photogrammetry as a feasible option to produce 3D models of cultural artefacts. This post will focus on an introduction to the first case study for the NUIM-AFF621: Remaking the Physical – 3D recording assignment. The module lecturer, Dr. Costas Papadopoulos, kindly organised for the MA students to attend the National Museum … Continue reading