Explore this 3D remix of some favorite items from the Harrison collection, reimagined in the museum’s Nursery room. The Nursery Room is a 3D environment that was created entirely using hand held 3D scanners (Creaform Go Scan 20/50). The room itself is the Nursery Room located in the Benjamin Harrison House. All of the walls, doors, floor, and curtain were 3D scanned using hand held scanners. All of the objects in the room were scanned separately and are viewable in separate scenes on Sketchfab.
Music is “When the Mockingbirds are singing in the wildwood” preformed by Frank C. Stanley.
For more information about the 3D Digitization Program at IUPUI visit: https://www.ulib.iupui.edu/digitalscholarship/3ddig
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