An example of one of the 3D models created from the arteficts on display at the Palace Museum in Beijing
The enclosure of a pavilion in the Emperor Chanlong Garden is just one artifact that the Loughborough Design School team will be helping to restore
We’ve already seen the 3D printing technology that promises to turn a household desk into a mini manufacturing plant used by the Smithsonian Institution to produce replicas of key models for display and traveling exhibitions. Now a 3D printing process is being used to help restore ancient artifacts from China’s Forbidden City.
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