3D Laser Scanning Services Help Preserve Taiwanese Culture
3D Data is Shared with the Public
Did you know that 3D scanners help preserve Taiwan’s cultural assets? 3D scanning can be used to capture 3D models of real-world objects, buildings, and the insides of structures. Taiwan uses 3D laser scanning services to digitally archive historical sites all across the country.
The 3D data is then shared with the public and 3D printing enthusiasts to print out their models of these cultural treasures.
Preserving the temple
One such example is Lugang Mazu Temple, a Buddhist temple in Taiwan that was built in 1753. The temple is considered one of the most important religious sites in Taiwan, and 3D scanning was used to capture every inch of the building. 3D scanning was also used to create a 3D model of an ancient bell located at the temple.
Thanks to 3D scanning services, people from all over the world can now view these cultural treasures in 3D without traveling to Taiwan. Moreover, 3D scanning services help preserve historical sites and objects and provide 3D printing enthusiasts with an opportunity to 3D print their replicas of these important artifacts.
How do 3D laser scanning services work?
A 3D laser scan involves the use of 3D scanners to capture data on cultural objects. 3D scanners are devices that can scan an object and create a 3D model of it. There are two types of 3D scanners: optical and laser.
Optical 3D scanners use cameras to capture images of an object, while laser 3D scanners use lasers to scan an object. 3D scanner data is then used to create a 3D model of the scanned object. This 3D model can be used for a variety of purposes, such as 3D printing, animation, and video games.
There are also two types of 3D scanning: contact and non-contact. Contact 3D scanning involves 3D scanners that touch or come into contact with an object, while non-contact 3D scanning does not require the scanner to interact with the object physically.
Rugged tablets and mobile 3D scanners are used for both types of 3D scanning – contact and non-contact. These rugged devices can be taken just about anywhere to 3D scan objects located in hard-to-reach places.
It’s clear that 3D scanning services are making a significant impact on the preservation efforts of Taiwan’s historical sites, which is why rugged tablets and mobile 3D scanners are being used to collect data from locations across the country. 3D scanning is a valuable tool for preserving our cultural heritage, and it’s exciting to see what new applications will be discovered in the future.