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Memorializing in Miniature: 3D Imaging of Toy Soldiers

by Bernard K. Means, Director, Virtual Curation Laboratory On Saturday, May 25, I was at George Washington’s Ferry Farm to use our laser scanner to create digital models of artifacts recovered at that site.  Ferry Farm that day was celebrating and memorializing World War II, including with reenactors dressed in period military uniforms.  The reenactors … Continue reading

Virtual Curation Laboratory @ the Virginia Museum of Natural History

by Bernard K. Means, Project Director While their fellow students were studying for exams and writing papers, Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) students Mariana Zechini and Ashley McCuistion joined me for a three-day excursion last week (May 7-9, 2013) from Richmond to the Virginia Museum of Natural History (VMNH) in Martinsville, Virginia.  This state-of-the-art facility houses … Continue reading

Video of VCU Research Week 2013 includes Virtual Curation Laboratory members

by Bernard K. Means, project director A short post, but I wanted to highlight a video that focuses on undergraduate research at VCU that includes some of our work in the Virtual Curation Laboratory: click here for the video.

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