Gallery

3D archaeological treasures

The field of archaeology increasingly uses 3D photography and 3D scanning to record and preserve cultural artefacts. From a shark bone ring, through prehistorical mammoth carcasses, to completely digitised castles and archaeological sites, you can peruse the 3D heritage archaeologers have created in this gallery.

John McCarthy

Flinders University

Archaeology Survey of Ireland, Department of the Arts, heritage and the Gaeltacht

Archaeology Survey of Ireland, Department of the Arts, heritage and the Gaeltacht

National Archaeology Museum of Abruzzo

archeonationale

Musée d'Archéologie nationale, domaine national de Saint-Germain-en-Laye

archeonationale

Musée d'Archéologie nationale, domaine national de Saint-Germain-en-Laye

archeonationale

Musée d'Archéologie nationale, domaine national de Saint-Germain-en-Laye

add4d

AD&D 4D Association for 4D Documentation and Dissemination

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Connected Culture and Natural Heritage in a Northern Environment

cineg

Connected Culture and Natural Heritage in a Northern Environment

visualdimension

Visual Dimension BVBA

fitzwilliammuseum

Fitzwilliam Museum

fitzwilliammuseum

Fitzwilliam Museum

turunmuseokeskus

University of Turku

Hunt Museum, as part of the Art of Reading in the Middle Ages project.

The Hunt Museum

The Hunt Museum as part of the Art of Reading in the Middle Ages project.

The Hunt Museum

The Discovery Programme

The Discovery programme

The Discovery Programme

The Discovery programme

The Discovery Programme

The Discovery programme

Royal Museums of Art and History, Brussels