Direct Dimensions is proud to have a long history of applying our 3D Imaging technologies to a wide variety of historic art and sculpture projects. For privacy reasons we can not showcase many of these great projects. Only occasionally we are allowed to show the world what our technology has done for great artists and museums.
By special permission, this newsletter presents our work with museum art conservators at the Baltimore Museum of Art on the origin of several Matisse sculptures. The story features many of the compelling images we created from our 3D laser analysis of the shape of the sculptures and included in the publication and travelling museum exhibit ”Matisse: Painter as Sculptor.”
Please take a moment to read about 3D Scanning the Matisses.
Laser scanning and digital modeling helps John Milner Associates restore historical reservoir
Part 9 continues our series with 3D data for rapid prototyping - physical objects from scan data
"Do you work in the Film or Game industries or in the L.A. area? Then don't miss this event! Mimic Studios and Direct Dimensions will be hosting this event to showcase the latest 4D Video Facial Capture System from Dimensional Imaging..."
"The Coordinate Metrology Systems Committee (CMSC) has announced a "Call for Papers" for the July 2010 conference in Reno, NV! Direct Dimensions is a long time supporter of CMSC and Michael Raphael is a member of the Executive Committee. Click here for more info..."
"SPAR 2010 and IAFSM both occur this Feb. 8-10 in Houston, TX. Again this year Direct Dimensions will be attending these fantastic conferences on 3D Laser Scanning for the large volume worlds of architecture, facilities, shipbuilding, forensics, and more..."