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  The British Channel Seen from the Dorsetshire Cliffs (detail) 1871

Connor Wilson

An exploration into the use of 3D scanning and digital processing as a creative tool for digital reconstruction


This case study presents a practice-led enquiry into 3D laser scanning and digital processing as a research tool within the context of art and design practice. 3D scanners are becoming increasingly accessible and affordable, making them more widely available to creative practitioners. The starting point of this study was collaboration between the Centre for Fine Print Research (CFPR) PhD candidate Brendan Reid and the ceramist Conor Wilson.

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