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It was a beautiful day, on a beautiful mountain, near a beautiful medieval monastery, as Artec employees continued their work on a pilot project that began earlier that year at the Erevan city history museum a few months earlier.
Artec was asked to take part in a heritage preservation project that would digitize local hachkars (unique
One of the finished 3D models was milled out of wood using a standard CNC machine. This souvenir was reproduced and given as gifts to the Armenian Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan, high level clergy and other honored guests attending the ceremony.
Back in the 1500s, the citizens and members of Mantua’s Jewish community couldn’t even imagine that their descendants would one day not merely be able to see their community’s signature artifact all in one piece, even after 500 years, but also be able to explore it up close in 360 degrees without even leaving their homes.
A 19th-century brass shelf bracket was scanned with Artec Space Spider for preservation, recreation, and fundraising.
A highly-detailed, watertight 3D model of an architectural landmark at a sacred Buddhist site was created using a combination of handheld 3D scanners.