Scanning

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Digitization

Different artefacts require different digitization processes, methodologies and techniques. Scanning the object is the first step, this image capture can be in the form of digital photography, 2D or  3D 360o surface scanning.  3D scanning offers many potential uses and advantages for museums. 

The widespread adoption and experimentation with 3D scanning is mostly due to the fact that 3D scanners are capable of obtaining high resolution images. 3D laser scanners have become very affordable, very portable, simple to operate and completely non invasive, making them an excellent cost effective method of digitization.

One of the direct by-products of digitization is digital heritage. Digital heritage has been defined as “heritage which is made up of computer-based materials, whether born digital or digitized from other format, which means emanates from different communities, industries, sectors and regions and requires active preservation approaches to ensure its authenticity, accessibility and usability through time”

How can we help you in your digitization project?