Discover Creation Process
RECREATING THE ANCIENT WITH TECH
Preserving for Posterity
With laser scanners & structured light scanners, we capture millions of data points on the object's surface. These data points are then processed to create a digital 3D model that accurately represents the shape and details of the original artifact. 3D scanning allows for non-contact and non-destructive documentation of sculptures, enabling preservation, analysis, and virtual exploration of the artifacts. By virtually breaking down geographical and logistical barriers 3D Scanning fosters greater educational opportunities and cultural exchange.
Preserving Physical Objects In A Virtual Format
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Ancient Arts, New Tools
3D Sculpting involves the use of specialized software to sculpt and shape virtual models in three dimensions, mimicking the traditional process of sculpting by hand. This technology offers immense creative freedom, enabling enthusiasts to intricately design and manipulate digital sculptures with precision and detail. In the context of Hindu sculptures, 3D sculpting allows for the exploration and reinterpretation of ancient art forms, while also providing an opportunity to digitally restore and preserve fragile or damaged artifacts.
Creating 3D Digital Models By Manipulating Virtual Materials
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3D printing is a revolutionary technology that involves the creation of physical objects by layering materials based on a digital design. It allows for the precise reproduction of intricate details of the designs, ensuring that the essence of the original artwork is captured. This technology opens up new possibilities for artists and enthusiasts to create their own sculptures, customize existing designs, or even digitally restore damaged artifacts. Vedic Futura models are optimised to print on all SLA and FDM printers.
Transforming Digital Designs Into Physical Objects
TIMELAPSE OF PRINTER PRINTING THE RAM TEMPLE
Empowering Creativity through Digital Fabrication
'Making' process of 3D printing, assembling, and finishing printed models allows individuals to actively participate in the creative journey, bringing their own interpretation and craftsmanship to the fore. 'Maker culture' fosters a sense of community and collaboration, a vibrant exchange of ideas and inspiration. It combines the power of technology with the joy of traditional craftsmanship, enabling the production of unique, personalized, and intricately crafted artifacts in your own workshop.
Creating Or Constructing Something By Hand Or Using Technology
IN-DEPTH VIDEO CREATING A LIFE SIZE HISTORICAL ARTEFACT