As part of a cooperation project between Mediasphere For Nature and werk5, an original specimen of a saltwater crocodile was digitised by means of a 3D scan and reproduced as a full-size 3D model. Thanks to the built-in Multi-Sense-Box visitors learn more about the characteristics of the crocodile via audio feedback by touching one of the four sensory points.
The history of the famous monument and landmark of Trier is marked by destruction and conversion. For 800 years, the Roman city gate served as a double church. An architectural model on a scale of 1:50 makes this important period of the monument visible.Discover more
Not transportable and yet so monumental that it gets a place in the House of Bavarian History Regensburg: The tomb of the last prince abbot of St. Emmeram, Coelestin II Steiglehner. Therefore, it was digitised by means of a 3D scan, reduced in size by 15% and then milled from PU block material.
In the new permanent exhibition, everything revolves around the history of Emperor Otto the Great and his wife Queen Editha. His significance for European and German history is told with objects, graphics and audio stations, as well as interactive media stations.
For museum educational tours, 5 different seals and reliefs made of ivory were 3D scanned and reproduced in Corian®.