Digitization is of crucial importance to data processing, storage and transmission, because it "allows information of all kinds in all formats to be carried with the same efficiency and also intermingled". Images and books are spread in a prompt way through digitizing, so what about 3D artworks like sculptures?
Shining 3D, partner with MyMiniFactory, will help give access to the increasing number of 3D printer owners around the world to famous and unique art pieces through its 3D scanning technology. Over the last two years Scan the World project has collected almost five thousand digital models of sculptures and art objects, making it the world’s largest 3D printable museum.The project now covers all four corners of the globe, from the Venus de Milo at the Louvre Museum in Paris, to the open air sculptures of Russia’s Art Park Muzeon in Moscow.
This partnership between MyMiniFactory and Shining 3D will confirm Scan the World as the leading source of quality 3D printable art. We are only at the beginning of this vision for building the museum of the future.
Head of a young barbaric leader. Found inside the Theatre of Dionysus. ca. 2nd c. AD.
Bust made of marble of a young man with regular features, depicted with a taenia and small bull-like horns sticking out from his thick short curly hair which indicate a divine origin.
Michel-Jean Sedaine (1719-1797), poet and dramatist, was a personal friend of Pajou, who also executed a bust of Madame Sedaine (now in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston).
This man represented by this terracotta bust has not yet been identified although it is a signed and dated (June 1786) work. The sculptor, Pierre Merard, was a pupil of Edmé Bouchardon (1698-1762) and exhibited at the Salons in Paris in the 1790s.
The Juno Ludovisi is a colossal Roman marble head of the 1st century CE from an acrolithic statue of an idealized and youthful Antonia Minor as the goddess Juno.
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