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Moritz Neumüller & Andreas Reichinger3D Printing in Museums
Artworks
ArtworksConservation
ArtworksConservationActivities
ArtworksConservationActivitiesAccessibility
ArtworksConservationActivitiesAccessibility
ArtworksConservationActivitiesAccessibility
ArtworksConservationActivitiesAccessibility
ArtworksConservationActivitiesAccessibility
ArtworksConservationActivitiesAccessibility
ArtworksConservationActivitiesAccessibility
ArtworksConservationActivitiesAccessibility
Moritz Neumüllertouch@artecontacto.orgartecontacto.orgKEEP IN TOUCH
MuseumNext Conference artecontacto 3D Printing in Museums
MuseumNext Conference artecontacto 3D Printing in Museums
MuseumNext Conference artecontacto 3D Printing in Museums
MuseumNext Conference artecontacto 3D Printing in Museums
MuseumNext Conference artecontacto 3D Printing in Museums
MuseumNext Conference artecontacto 3D Printing in Museums
MuseumNext Conference artecontacto 3D Printing in Museums
MuseumNext Conference artecontacto 3D Printing in Museums
MuseumNext Conference artecontacto 3D Printing in Museums
MuseumNext Conference artecontacto 3D Printing in Museums
MuseumNext Conference artecontacto 3D Printing in Museums
MuseumNext Conference artecontacto 3D Printing in Museums
MuseumNext Conference artecontacto 3D Printing in Museums
MuseumNext Conference artecontacto 3D Printing in Museums
MuseumNext Conference artecontacto 3D Printing in Museums
MuseumNext Conference artecontacto 3D Printing in Museums
MuseumNext Conference artecontacto 3D Printing in Museums
MuseumNext Conference artecontacto 3D Printing in Museums
MuseumNext Conference artecontacto 3D Printing in Museums
MuseumNext Conference artecontacto 3D Printing in Museums
MuseumNext Conference artecontacto 3D Printing in Museums
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MuseumNext Conference artecontacto 3D Printing in Museums

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The most important applications of 3D printing in Museums, as of today, seem to be

1. As Artworks or projects
2. For Conservation and Cultural Heritage
3. For Activities and Educational programs
4. For Accessibility and multisensory experiences

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MuseumNext Conference artecontacto 3D Printing in Museums

  1. 1. Moritz Neumüller & Andreas Reichinger3D Printing in Museums
  2. 2. Artworks
  3. 3. ArtworksConservation
  4. 4. ArtworksConservationActivities
  5. 5. ArtworksConservationActivitiesAccessibility
  6. 6. ArtworksConservationActivitiesAccessibility
  7. 7. ArtworksConservationActivitiesAccessibility
  8. 8. ArtworksConservationActivitiesAccessibility
  9. 9. ArtworksConservationActivitiesAccessibility
  10. 10. ArtworksConservationActivitiesAccessibility
  11. 11. ArtworksConservationActivitiesAccessibility
  12. 12. ArtworksConservationActivitiesAccessibility
  13. 13. Moritz Neumüllertouch@artecontacto.orgartecontacto.orgKEEP IN TOUCH

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