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3D-Printing Fine Art Fakes Is Here to Stay

Not willing to let Fujifilm own the 3D-printed fine art reproduction market, Canon's Océ Group—responsible for the company's professional large format printers—is working with Dutch researcher Tim Zaman on a similar approach to accurately duplicating famous paintings.Working with the Kröller-Müller and Rijksmuseum museums in the Netherlands, Zaman developed a photographic scanning system that's able to capture more than just a high-res image of a painting. It's also able to record 3D details, like brush strokes and the texture of the paint. And once that's turned into a 3D model, a high-resolution 600 ppi 3D printer is able to recreate famous

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25 Sep
Info3Dprinter @Info3Dprinter
3D-Printing Fine Art Fakes Is Here to Stay http://t.co/XVM9MSspuA
25 Sep
3d4printers @3d4printers
3D-Printing Fine Art Fakes Is Here to Stay - Gizmodo http://t.co/EgF88FA6wT #3D #print
25 Sep
B3dge @Build3dprinter
3D-Printing Fine Art Fakes Is Here to Stay - Gizmodo http://t.co/CHuEDYPIOA #3dprinting