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3D technologies new opportunities - improving access

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3D technologies - new opportunities - improving access to collections
Protecting the fragile while increasing accessibility. State Library of Queensland has used 3D capture techniques to create a SLS Nylon printed replica of a braille globe that is able to be touched as the original was intended to be experienced. The presentation will share process to digitise and deliver on a 3D printed version of the globe.

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3D technologies new opportunities - improving access

  1. 1. 3D technologies - new opportunities - improving access to collections The Tunley Braille Globe Anna Raunik State Library of Queensland Information Online 2019
  2. 2. Richard Frank Tunley Collection hange format of slides – they are designed for widescreen 29279 Narbethong School for Visually Handicapped Children and Richard Frank Tunley Collection 1940-1968
  3. 3. Frank Tunley working on a bagatelle game for the children of the School for the Blind at Annerley, Brisbane, ca. 1950, 29279/2
  4. 4. Visually impaired boys examining model animals and vehicles at the School for the Blind in Annerley, Brisbane, ca. 1950, 29279/16
  5. 5. Braille Map of Australia, 1963, 29279/29
  6. 6. Braille Globe of the World on a Timber Stand, 1947, 29279/32
  7. 7. Crowd Giving Queensland Library Foundation hange fo slides – they are designed for widesc
  8. 8. hange format of slides – they are designed fo widescreen https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/6/68/Shark_Tank_Logo.jpg
  9. 9. More www.slq.qld.gov.au Discover – Queensland Stories • Digitising the Tunley Braille Globe – video • View the 3D globe scan – Sketchfab • Access the source files • Access high-resolution print files And Visit the John Oxley Library Reading Room – at the State Library of Queensland
  10. 10. Chenoa Petropp Chenoa.petropp@slq.qld.gov.au Margaret Warren Margaret.warren@slq.qld.gov.au Anna Raunik Anna.raunik@slq.qld.gov.au Thank you

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