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Kaliningrad Archeologists Created 3D Model of 5000 Year-Old Pot
16.12.2014 19:15
Kaliningrad Archeologists Created 3D Model of 5000 Year-Old Pot

Unique ancient exhibits of the virtual museum of the Baltic Federal University can now be created with 3D scanning. 

      Kaliningrad archeologists have already made a 3D copy of a 5000 year-old pot and will soon 3D scan two axes, a lamp and a vessel.

      The found artifacts belong to the Neolithic age, the new Stone Age from 5th to 3rd millennium B.C. The research supervisor Roman Konchakov, PhD tells that now technology makes it possible to scan any artifact, provided it is not the transparent and does not reflect light.

      Presently the Baltic Federal University programmers work on capturing color when scanning and bringing down the cost of research work. Scientists and restorers in other cities of the world use 3D scanning to recover lost ceramic details, ancient bas-reliefs and other historical objects.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Archeology Kaliningrad 3D Scanning   

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