As more artists begin using 3D printing in their work, the need grows for heritage science to preserve their work for future generations.
3D scanning and 3D printing is used to resurrect a Tetrapod named Tiny, a 350 million year old fossil discovered inside a rock in Scotland.
A new series of Stratasys 3D printed death masks by Neri Oxman to be unveiled at the ‘Fear and Love’ exhibition in London’s Design Museum.
Over 1,500 years ago, the legendary Statue of Zeus is destroyed in a great fire. In 2016, it’s revived with 3D modeling and 3D printing.
At a new exhibition in Sydney, Australia, 3D technology is used to uncover the secrets of the Ancient Mummy — including causes of death.
Destroyed by ISIS last year, a replica of the Bull of Nimrud will be 3D printed in Rome to raise awareness of cultural heritage preservation.