It is now available for web consultation and small sixed printing (up to A3) the first exhibition produced by our Consortium. In the near future a second version, able to print in large formats (ideally, 0,80x2,00m each panel) will also be available.
This exhibition presents the Project fundaments, the Consortium and a set of selected Community Museums in each partner’s country or region. It is intended to be both a disseminating as a challenging tool: all suggestions allowing us to improve our data bases of community museums in the entire EU-LAC regions are most welcomed.
EU-LAC-MUSEUMS Project also strongly incentivizes possible interested users to digitally disseminate this exhibition.
-the required space attains at least the total linear length of 27,2m (34 panels + 0,8m each, considering here the introductory panel in its single version); high is the same for all panels: 2,00m;
-the possibility to add real objects, or casts, preferably chosen among identity icons in each target community
The research team at St Andrews have produced a Manual on creating 3D objects for community museum use. The aim of the manual is to instruct local people in how to make 3D objects using photogrammetry in particular. The manuals have been researched during and used alongside workshops in the EU-LAC project, and afterwards by community groups continuing to digitise and send data to the project.
Dowload here the 3D manuals we have produced in English and Spanish