Webinar: Best Methods and Practices for 3D Storage of Museum Objects

lokakuu 15, 2020

Join us to discuss 3D modeling of museum objects. The Traffic Museums Association organizes on Monday October 19, 2020 webinar where we consider why museum objects are being digitized? We also share our experiences with 3D recording. We open the debate as to whether it is worthwhile for museums to record 3D themselves and how much resources it practically requires.

3D imaging of museum objects is about the accessibility, preservation and versatile usability of a unique, fragile and vulnerable cultural heritage, for example for exhibition or research use, and not just for AR applications.

The descriptions of the second Sigyn model used a piano chair with a modified round table and a calm background. The result still did not meet expectations.

High-quality digitization of cultural heritage supports the preservation, restoration and promotion of common cultural heritage. The cultural heritage digitized online is valuable for education, research and enthusiasts, in addition to bringing visibility to cultural diversity. Currently, only about 1% of Europe’s cultural heritage has been digitized.

The 3D learning project for the Traffic Museums Association is the largest joint 3D recording project of Finnish museums, which includes the Postal Museum, Forum Marinum, Päivälehti Museum, Railway Museum, Mobilia and the Museum of Technology.

During the day, we ask participants to comment on questions raised about the presentations. You can also join the conversation with the topic tag #trafiikki3d.

Additional information and registration  by October 19, 2020 tiina.jantunen@tekniikanmuseo.fi

The event is free of charge and is funded by the Ministry of Education and Culture. The seminar is the latter of two seminars from the Traffic Museums “Best Methods and Practices for Making 3D Recording in Museums” learning project.

Program from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

  • Opening of the seminar, project manager Tiina Jantunen, the Traffic Museums Association at 10 am
  • The evolutionary arc of 3D and photogrammetry expertise in the Traffic Museums photogrammetry as a production process CEO, Niina Björklund, Ninma Oy
  • Object above – 3D selections from the Railway Museum exhibition manager Marina Bergström Finnish Railway Museumand curator Ilsi Lantunen Finnish Railway Museum
  • From knife to tiger: How did we choose objects to be modeled in 3D?researcher, Markku Kuusela Päivälehti Museum
  • What did I learn? Experiences in photogrammetry photography, photographer Jorma Kontio, Maritime Center Forum Marinum and information expert Mikko Nykänen, Postal Museum
  • 3D models of  The Traffic Museums Association with a common sketchfab account Collection Manager Emilia Västi, Museum of Technology
  • Selection and challenges of the 3D work process in the Traffic Museums project manager Tiina Jantunen, Trafiikki-museot ry
  • Conversation

Lunch break from 11.30 to 12.30

  • What does the object say? An AR card as a confirmation of the story of an object, curator Mikko Pentti, Traffic and Road Transport Museum Mobilia
  • Examples of the use of digital services in museums CEO, AR Designer Frans Tihveräinen, flyAR® Augmented Reality Studio Oy
  • How is scanning suitable for 3D imaging? Curator Sakari Hanhimäki, Museums of Lapua
  • Quality requirements for 3D recording and EU guidelines Chief Curator Ismo Malinen, National Board of Antiquities
  • Discussion and summary

The seminar ends at 2 p.m.

We reserve the right to make program changes

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