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IU Southeast

The IU Southeast project was a great opportunity for us to partner with one of our sister campuses in New Albany, IN. We came up with a partnership to join digitize historical artifacts in the Floyd County area. Scanning took place on 5 different sites around the city, Culberston Mansion, Public Library, Carnegie Museum, Padjuett Museum, and the IU Southeast Library with 5 scanned objects for each location. Below is just a few of our results from our partnership, to view the entire collection visit our sketchfab site


Street Dress: This is a re-creation of William Culberston's wife's dress that she wore around town. This item was 3D scanned in one session, with a Creaform Go Scan 50 in under 2 hours.  

Photo of front side of Street DressPhoto of neck view of Street DressPhoto of bottom of dressPhoto of back side of Street Dress

Street Dress by IUPUI Center for Digital Scholarship on Sketchfab

 

Street Dress: This is a re-creation of William Culberston's wife's dress that she wore around town. This item was 3D scanned in one session, with a Creaform Go Scan 50 in under 2 hours.  

Front side of Photo of QuiltPhoto of back of QuiltPhoto of corner of quiltClose up photo of face on the quilt

Gypsy Quilt by IUPUI Center for Digital Scholarship on Sketchfab

Piano: This is the grand piano located at the Culberston Mansion. Due to its size, and complexity we had to scan the piano in several parts: keys, legs, flaps, etc and piece them together agian. Scanning time took about 8 hours with a Creaform Go Scan 50. 

Photo of scanning the painoPhoto of front KeysBack photo of piano

Updated Oct 24, 2018 by gmaixner