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Digital Future: Photogrammetry, 3D scanning, macro photography and VR prototyping

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posted on 2020-01-01, 00:00 authored by Kaja AntlejKaja Antlej, Ben HoranBen Horan, Damien ElderfieldDamien Elderfield
Digital Future: Photogrammetry, 3D scanning, macro photography and VR prototyping

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Location

Arts Centre Melbourne

Language

eng

Research statement

Working closely with Deakin University's School of Engineering Masters students, and researchers from the School's CADET Virtual Reality Lab, collections and curatorial staff at Arts Centre Melbourne have been exploring various advanced methods of capturing costume through 3D scanning and photogrammetry. 3D scanning costumes allows details to be captured in high-definition and creates a permanent digital record. It is a method of preservation that facilitates future research and access, allowing replicas and models to be made, long after the costumes themselves are too fragile to handle. Using the one-of-its-kind in Australia, VECTRA imaging machine at Sinclair Dermatology, Sutherland's costumes have been documented on a macro level, providing highly detailed imagery for preservation plans and future audience engagement through immersive experiences. A virtual reality (VR) prototype featuring the 3D models produced by Deakin University is in development.

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J1 Major original creative work

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interactive website

Editor/Contributor(s)

Parikh D, Itani I, Chedda M, Parikh N, Singh S

Event

Grand: Costumes from the Dame Joan Sutherland Collection, Australian Performing Arts Collection, Arts Centre Melbourne

Publisher

Arts Centre Melbourne

Place of publication

Melbourne, Vic.

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