3D scanning for the Arts Faculty: pop-up roadshow

5 June 2019, 1.00 PM - 5 June 2019, 3.00 PM

G.01, 43 Woodland Road

3D scanning is the process of making a digital 3D model of an object or place. These can be viewed on-screen, in a VR headset or 3D printed.  

3D scanning may be used for a variety of research or teaching purposes, to share content more widely or to help protect original artefacts. 

Drop in and see technologies, including photogrammetry, virtual reality and 3D printing, that could help to enhance your research or impact activities.  

No booking required.

Contact information

Research Support Librarians - lib-research-support@bristol.ac.uk

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