Digital interpretation of cultural heritage: 3D modeling and materialization of 2D artworks for future museums

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Authors: Pasko, G.I., Pasko, A.A., Vilbrandt, T., Filho, A.L.L. and Da Silva, J.V.L.

Journal: International Journal of the Inclusive Museum

Volume: 3

Issue: 1

Pages: 63-79

ISSN: 1835-2014

One of the directions of development for museums is exhibiting virtual three-dimensional (3D) models of cultural artefacts. Currently these include objects of architecture, jewelry, crafts and other essentially 3D items. We present the creation of 3D computer models from 2D artworks and their digital fabrication in the form of physical tangible objects. This approach corresponds to the digital interpretation and reuse - aspects of cultural heritage preservation. We illustrate our approach by 3D modeling of complex spiral shells depicted in the "Rind" and other drawings by M.C. Escher. © Common Ground, Galina Ivanovna Pasko, Alexander Alexandrovich Pasko, Turlif Vilbrandt, Arnaldo Luis Lixandrão Filho, Jorge Vicente Lopes da Silva, All Rights Reserved.

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