Friday, 7 September 2018
Open Culture recently had an article about the Uffizi Digitization Project. Basically, the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, Italy, has been digitizing their collection of Greek and Roman sculpture and releasing the 3D images online. It's not done, but they've got a nice selection of statuary (altars, busts, statues, etc.) that you can click on and then view from all angles. I love that so many museums are digitizing their collections. And I'd love to see more museums put 3D images up so you can see the whole object, not just the 'front'.