Digital fabrication technologies for archaeology, art and restoration
Digital manufacturing technologies are still little known and applied in the field of cultural heritage, although they are actually offering new and interesting opportunities. Some real case studies of the application of these technologies will be presented, with examples in the field of art, archeology and restoration, critically evaluating limits and possibilities. We will talk about 3D printing materials for artistic reproductions, integrative restoration through digital sculpture and 3D printing, reproduction of large sculptures, creation of tactile replicas for museums.
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Saturday 13 October
From 12.15 pm to 2.30 pm
Room 19 Sala Euphemia pav. 10
In 2003 he graduated in Conservation of Cultural Heritage - Archeology, in 2006 he received a Master's Degree in Geotechnology for Archeology and in 2010 a PhD in Earth Sciences. He worked for 10 years on archaeological excavations in Italy and abroad, and since 2012 he deals with Digital Manufacturing technologies applied to Cultural Heritage. Founder of 3D ArcheoLab and 3D Virtual Museum.
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