Getting to grips with 3D
Online session date: 22 April 2015 at 15:50
This one hour webinar aims to dispel the myths surrounding 3D imaging and showcases the ease with which image makers can access this new technology. The event is designed to show how easy it is to create a 3D image using the simplest of tools.
Who should attend?
Specifically aimed towards photographers and image makers, working within educational special collections, who are looking to embark on a 3D imaging project for the first time and who might be confused by the plethora of technologies, terminology and cost.
Why should they attend?
3D imaging is cloaked in a mystique of high tech data crunching and computer science. This webinar shows how accessible it actually is.
What are the benefits of attending this webinar
In attending the webinar, the attendees will learn about:
a. The different types of 3D imaging technology and their uses (Photogrammetry etc.).
b. The availability of open source software and the potentially low cost of hardware.
c. The relevancy of 3D imaging for university collections.
Matt Faber, Jisc Digital Media
Matt Ramirez, Jisc Digtial Media
Mikael Howe, British Geological Survey
Stephen Gray, Bristol University