Time and Place

1:00 PM to 3:00 PM in AUP Commons

Workshop is part of the “Multiscalar 3D Visualization and Documentation in Art, Architecture, and Archaeology” event co-sponsored with the Department of Art History at UWM and the UWM Historic Preservation Institute.

For more information about this symposium, contact Woodworking Shop Manager William Krueger

Workshop Summary

Drop in at your own convenience for an interactive, hands-on, up-close-and-personal look at the latest tools in 3D scanning used by architects, archaeologists, art historians and art conservators. Research teams from UWM and the University of Maryland demonstrate a variety of different 3D scanners (including 3D laser scanners and a customized 3D structured light scanner), which are used to create 3D models of everything from small artifacts to entire city blocks. Different stations will allow visitors to see the tech in action, ask questions, and learn about the latest in 3D scanning.