Augmented Artefacts

Augmented Artefacts is concerned with the way digital design and technology may be used in heritage and conservation contexts. The research proposals focus on the way digital heritage is collected, preserved and displayed and what the subsequent repercussions are for an authentic object in the museum. An introduction to the research area can be found here.


Rapid Prototype Collection Complete

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03.09.13 Ageing

The collection of Rapid Prototypes for the Materials Migrations project is finally complete and ready to be artificially aged. Tom Lomax’ artwork, designed specifically for this project, has been printed in six different materials, using four technologies. These are: Selective Laser Sintering (SLS), ZCorp 3D printing (white and colour), Stereo Lithography (SLA) and Objet Polyjet, […]