Inclusion of 3D Artifacts into a Digital Library: Exploring Technologies and Best Practice Techniques


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Description:

Advances in 3D technologies are providing libraries and museums the opportunity to capture 3D artifacts in digital formats. The Center for Digital Scholarship at IUPUI University Library is implementing workflows and determining best practices to incorporate 3D images into an already established community and cultural heritage digital collections. This presentation will highlight the work that has taken place over the last two years. (2015-2017) highlighting the accomplishments and challenges of 3D scanning.

 

As the head of digitization services for the IUPUI University Library Center for Digital Scholarship, Jenny Johnson develops digital projects in collaboration with Community and Cultural Heritage Institutions.  Jenny has over 15 years of experience managing activities relating to digitization, access and preservation of historic collections. Her most recent work includes the implementation of 3D technologies into the Center’s workflow and working to establish 3D digitization best practices.













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