In tandem with developing Museum in a Box, we are also on a mission to empower people and institutions to create their own 3D content.

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The ability to make accurate 3D copies of objects is fast becoming a career skill, equivalent to photography and especially useful for staff at all levels of an organisation working with physical artefacts. Public engagement, conservation, replica design and commercial are just a few of the uses for 3D output.

We teach the skills and processes required to create digital 3D models from still image photography (a process known as photogrammetry) – no expensive equipment or complex workflows.

Our 1-to-1 and group sessions cover photography set up and tips, processing photos into 3D models, editing and fixing scan data, as well as uploading your models to share online.

We’ve trained staff from:

  • The British Museum
  • The Postal Museum
  • The Museum of London
  • Horniman Museum
  • Royal Philatelic Society
  • Wellcome Trust
  • RAF Museum
  • Black Cultural Archive
  • Royal Institute of British Architects
  • Horniman Museum
  • Royal Academy of Arts
  • Jewish Museum
  • Alexandra Palace
  • Wilton’s Music Hall
  • Cuming Museum
  • Museum of the Order of St John
  • SS Robin Trust
  • The Science Museum

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