How the EUreka3D project supports 3D in the data space for cultural heritage – a new blog post on Europeana

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3D technologies offer opportunities to broaden access to culture, preserve our shared cultural heritage and spur creativity and innovation. In support of the Twin It! 3D for Europe’s culture campaign, the EUreka3D project tells us how they are supporting cultural heritage institutions to unlock the potential of 3D digitisation for their collections.

Discover how with the blog post recently published on Europeana Pro

The post offers a very interesting opportunity to explore the possibilities of 3D for cultural heritage and was written collaboratively by Valentina Bachi, Antonella Fresa, David Iglésias and Ignacio Lamata Martínez, project partners of EUreka3D.

 

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