Top 10 tips on curating 3D digital objects

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The world of meaningful 3D experiences is here today, it’s not the future. 3D capture technologies such as Structure from Motion (SfM) photogrammetry, laser scanning and structured light scanning are in 2019 fast becoming mainstream. The software is getting better, and crucially, computers, tablets and phones are now fast enough to fluidly display 3D content. […]

3D scanning a WWI uniform at Cornwall's Regimental Museum. A camera on a tripod points towards a mannequin dressed in the uniform, flanked by two studio lights

3D scanning at Cornwall’s Regimental Museum

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We have been working with Cornwall’s Regimental Museum in Bodmin to 3D scan a selection of their objects. I helped the museum to create a Sketchfab account so that they can display the 3D models online, and use the Augmented Reality (AR) features of the Sketchfab mobile app. This will allow the objects, normally housed […]

Digitakt display showing sound waves in yellow

Curating sound

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This is the first blog post in a series about the curation of sound. Can you curate sound? Why would you do that, and how can curated sounds be experienced? We will answer these and pose many more, as well as curating some sounds ourselves. This post explores how sound can be used to capture […]