Senior Curator at the V&A, Douglas Dodds, tells us about the Play it Again SAM project and explains his personal interest in the process. Curator Interview from Design with Heritage on Vimeo.
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One of the team members, Mona Hess, describes in detail below the process of scanning SAM that took place recently at the home of Richard Ihnatowicz in London: 3D scanning based on fringe-projection – Chris Cornish To produce a non-contact, metric record of the sculpture, a three-dimensional optical surface scan was provided by Chris […]
Last week the Play it Again SAM team decamped to Richard Ihnatowicz’ home, spending a day there 3D scanning and making detailed records of SAM. Although no longer operational, SAM is still in a remarkably good condition, making the tasks of scanning and reconstruction much easier than could otherwise have been the case. Chris […]
SAM resides in London with artist Edward Ihnatowicz’s son, Richard, where last week members of the team visited to evaluate its current state, as well as assess the most appropriate method of producing a 3D scan. A decision was made against dismantling the original sculpture in order to individually scan the components and joints, avoiding any […]
Team: Dr. Alex Zivanovic (Engineering and Robotics, Middlesex University), Douglas Dodds (V&A Curator), Jana Scholze (V&A Curator of Contemporary Furniture and Product Design), Mona Hess (PhD UCL, Photogrammetry, 3D Imaging and Metrology Research Centre) Play it Again SAM is one of the four projects awarded funding following the Sandpit Event on February 27th 2013. The […]