3D Printed Tomb
Technology aids in creating a beautiful exhibit
Many famous museums have had to shut down due to the COVID-19 virus; there are no exceptions. This virus has spread globally and closed some significant stores in the past month. In Italy, the last few months have been chaotic. Researchers had spent months making a replica of Raffaello’s tomb from the pantheon. This entire exhibit was to showcase his life and the reproduction of his grave for guests to review.
This exhibit would have marked the 500th anniversary of the painter’s death. Factum Arte created the entire display, a 3D design team with artists, researchers, and engineers. They can use 3D laser scanning to develop wonderful exhibits of art for guests to walk through and see. The team was incredibly disappointed when the museum had to shut down, but it was for the best.
The team created this beautiful replica of the famous painter’s tomb using 3D laser scanning. This technology is a noninvasive approach to capture accurate and detailed information on the tomb itself. From there, they were able to 3D print replicas and put the whole exhibit together.
What is 3D laser scanning
This technology uses a device, sometimes large, sometimes handheld, to capture detailed information. 3D laser scanning can take up to thousands of pictures per second, obtaining information faster than any human. It can gather things like texture, color, size, shape, and any small details.
3D laser scanning is accurate and a precise way of creating replicas. It can capture things we usually can’t see and turn it into something amazing after only a few moments. Once the information is captured, it is saved in the cloud. This allows it to be held forever and used as a future reference.
After a scan is entered into the cloud, the data can be transferred to a partnering system where it can be edited, redesigned, and brought into focus. Once the 3D laser scanning has updated in the system and modified the way a user wants, the user has the option to send the image across the world, 3D printed or created into virtual reality.
3D laser scanning gives researchers the option to do anything they want with the information they collect. It can be shared for free to anyone in the world, creating one of the most useful technologies in the world.
Who else can use 3D laser scanning
This technology is not only for researchers; it has emerged in many different fields, making it one of the fastest-growing industries. Police have adopted 3D laser scanning to stop crim in major cities, being able to capture accidents in real-time. Forensic investigators started using this technology to help save the extra evidence at crime scenes to be used in court. Now students have been able to get 3D laser scanning devices that are directly installed in apps on their smart phones to use as study aids.
3D laser scanning is for anyone who needs to access all information of a scene or object and be able to use it as a future reference. There are many more fields this technology is useful in, and because of that, it will grow in wealth to be a few billion by 2025.
This technology has changed the way we view the world and make knowledge completely free to send. 3D laser scanning allows us to share and create with ease, and it takes a lot of the hard work out of tedious projects. We have created a new resource to develop objects we require in a timely fashion.