Exhibitors 2015


3D ArcheoLab
3D ArcheoLab

3D ArcheoLab

3D ArcheoLab is a project focused on the accessibility of Cultural Heritage, improving fruition and development of museums through technology and low-cost solutions. The project is especially aimed at the needs of disabled people and offers tactile tours with reproductions in 3D printing, tactile maps, Braille panels, audio guides, and develops online solutions to allow fruition of collections to those who can not go to the museums. 3D ArcheoLab is also testing 3D printing technology applied to field of sculptural and architectural integrative restoration.
Italy


3D ArcheoLab

Giulio Bigliardi, Sofia Menconero

Giulio Bigliardi is working on training, digital technologies and online dissemination in the field of Cultural Heritage. In the last few years he has intensified the use of free and open source technologies applied in this field. He has especially focused on 3D survey, 3D printing and digital fabrication techniques.
Sofia Menconero is an architect specialized in technologies applied to Cultural Heritage. She mainly focuses on 3D survey and 3D modeling, and actively supports the cause of open source since 2014 through the activities of the 3D ArcheoLab project. She collaborates with the University of Perugia and Florence on research and teaching, and with private technical and architectural design studios on a variety of professional activities.


Stand W8 - 3D ArcheoLab

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