In recent years, we have seen how fragile much of our cultural heritage can be worldwide. From the recent fire which caused irreparable damage many of the Easter Island
In recent years, we have seen how fragile much of our cultural heritage can be worldwide. From the recent fire which caused irreparable damage many of the Easter Island statues to the sites that have been destroyed either partly or entirely in recent conflicts, never has it been more clear that preservation of that heritage must become a priority. Luckily, there is a possible solution. 3D scanning is increasingly being used not just to preserve but also to democratize access to cultural heritage worldwide. This has especially become a topic of interest in one of the countries with the richest history of antiquities, Greece.
In our next webinar “How Is 3D Scanning Being Used to Democratize and Preserve Global Cultural Heritage?” we will explore a recent case in Greece where 3D scanning was integral to preserving a Nike statue and creating a replica to be displayed at the War Museum. The webinar will be taking place on November 29th at 4PM CET/5PM EET/10AM EDT and our panelists, Michalis Bratsolias from Lino3D and Alex Mourgas from Venus Marble will go into depth about how 3D scanning can be used as well as its importance in both preserving and democraticizing access to cultural heritage. Register for free.
(Tuesday) 16:00 - 17:00