DIGITAL FABRICATION FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE AND RESTORATION: the opportunity of digitization for our artistic heritage

The course aims to transfer useful knowledge to design and implement systems for safeguarding cultural and archaeological heritage. The aim of the course is to provide participants with a scenario on which are the main tools and the most common working techniques. For example, we will trace the steps for a 3D scan, digitization and printing of small art objects that need to be restored, digitally archived or redeveloped in whole or in part.

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Friday 18 October
From 3.00 pm to 3.45 pm
H20 pav. 3
Saturday 19 October
From 10.00 am to 10.45 am
H20 pav. 3
Sunday 20 October
From 11.00 am to 11.45 am
H20 pav. 3
 DIGITAL FABRICATION FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE AND RESTORATION: the opportunity of digitization for our artistic heritage

Maurizio Cimmino

Graduated in Civil Engineering at the University of Salerno, he has always followed with great interest the most innovative projects in the field of 3D printing, three-dimensional modeling and electronics. His personal experiences include participation in the Maker Faire Rome 2017 in which he presented his project "Rain EcoPower", which consists of energy recovery from rainwater through a micro-hydroelectric plant with elements of the system created through 3D printing. He is the author of three scientific publications and has supported many training courses for adults and children.


Category Talk & Conference · Type Talk
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