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MELLANIUM CREATES 3D MUSEUM ART 100 TIMES MORE DETAILED THAN SECOND LIFE

PRESS RELEASEHAMILTON, ONTARIO, CANADA. 2 JUNE 2014         At the very end of last year Cosmo Wenman released his “Winged Victory of Samothrace” 3D mesh model onto THINGIVERSEa database of free downloadable 3D models moderated by MAKERBOT 3D printers. These models were ostensibly released to allow the reproduction of his photogrammetrically extracted models on a reduced scale with any 3D printer. However almost as an unexpected side…See More
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MELLANIUM CREATES 3D MUSEUM ART 100 TIMES MORE DETAILED THAN SECOND LIFE

Posted on September 13, 2014 at 8:25 0 Comments

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HAMILTON, ONTARIO, CANADA. 2 JUNE 2014

 

        At the very end of last year Cosmo Wenman released his “Winged Victory of Samothrace” 3D mesh model onto THINGIVERSEa database of free downloadable 3D models moderated by MAKERBOT 3D printers. These models were ostensibly released to allow the reproduction of his photogrammetrically extracted models on a reduced scale with any 3D printer. However…

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At 11:17 on April 16, 2012, Gord Holden said…

Welcome Joe. Always good to have another Canadian on board. Would love to see something about your project in here. Thanks for joining the Ning.

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