Please feel the Museum: 3D technologies in the Museum
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Presentation by Liz Neely and Miriam Langer for Museums and the Web 2013 in Portland, OR. The corresponding paper can be found at http://bit.ly/11h1okZ.

Presentation by Liz Neely and Miriam Langer for Museums and the Web 2013 in Portland, OR. The corresponding paper can be found at http://bit.ly/11h1okZ.

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  • 1. PLEASEFEELTHEMUSEUMLiz Neely, Art Institute of Chicago @lili_czarinaMiriam Langer, New Mexico Highlands University @arduinogirl
  • 2. What is 3D Printing?h"p://youtu.be/OYerSTUJVJg  
  • 3. X, Y, and ZOrigins and Context
  • 4. Atoms to bits & bits toatoms (doing the flip-flop)
  • 5. Atoms to bits & bits toatoms (doing the flip-flop)
  • 6. The case of the too-brightsculpture garden
  • 7. Engagement using 3D
  • 8. Engagement using 3D
  • 9. Capturing the Collection
  • 10. Capturing the Collection
  • 11. Capturing the Collection
  • 12. Remix/AdaptationImage  of  AIC  Lion  w.  Screw  Thread  By  Tom  Burtonwood  
  • 13. Spreadability AIC  &  Met  thingiverse  pages  
  • 14. Spreadability – Connectingto CollectionsLink to aThingiverseRecord
  • 15. 3D  PrinKng  is  Publishing  
  • 16. SpreadabilityCatalogue andtrack the lineageof the ‘thing’
  • 17. 3D Printing is PublishingNote:  Maybe  a  collage  of  projects  from  this  paragraph.  
  • 18. Buy, wait or outsource…?
  • 19. Liz Neely, Art Institute of Chicago @lili_czarinaMiriam Langer, New Mexico Highlands University @arduinogirlThank you!FEEL THE MUSEUM