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Object scanning

Laser 3D scanning is a three-dimensional data acquisition process in which a laser beam is used to digitally reconstruct the shape and characteristics of an object. This process is very useful for cultural heritage conservation, as it allows you to create a precise and detailed digital replica of the object. Laser 3D scanning is particularly important for cultural heritage because it allows the object to be preserved accurately without damaging it. In this way, the original object can be protected and preserved, while its digital replica can be used for study, research, conservation and accessibility purposes.

Main Idea

CreatorFederica Fiorio, Francesco Fieni, Nicola Parisi
SubjectArt, History, Conservation of cultural heritage.
Length120 minutes
Pedagogical ApproachExplorative approach
CompetenciesCultural Heritage, Modern Art, Data Collection, Conversion and Analysis; Information Retrieval / Research; Evaluate information quality; Internet use; Integration of Knowledge.
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