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Live online on Wednesday 03 December 2014 at 12:00
Jisc Digital Media is pleased to announce our forthcoming hour-long webinar “3D Digitisation” presented by Sam Jackson, of Sample & Hold Ltd.
Sam Jackson, as part of Sample & Hold, has travelled all around the world making 3D scans of historical objects, big and small, in museums or out in the field, for commercial or research reasons. Sam uses non-contact, 3D scanners which are capable of capturing high resolution feature details in full colour.
Sam will talk about his work that unlocks the potential of collections by 3D digitising them for use as an exhibition tool, online gallery and for scientific, restoration and archival purposes.
The session will be hosted by Stephen Gray, author of Jisc Digital Media's 3D Content Toolkit.
Register now for this free event. We look forward to welcoming you to the session.
WHO should participate?
Anyone who works in UK further education (FE) or higher education (HE) who would like help with digital media. If you are unsure how to create podcasts, need to improve your image capture, have to digitise that stack of VHS tapes under your desk or want to use digital media for teaching and learning, then these sessions are for you.
HOW does it work?
Register for the upcoming webinar and we'll send you a confirmation and the relevant links. On the day, once you have joined the session (allow approx. 10-15 mins.), introduce yourself and then sit back and enjoy the proceedings. You can ask us questions at any point using the text chat tool. You will need speakers or a headset to listen to us.
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