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SELECTED METHODS OF MAKING THREE-DIMENSIONAL VIRTUAL MODELS OF MUSEUM CERAMIC OBJECTS

The paper presents available three-dimensional scanning technologies with a particular focus on the digitisation process of ceramic objects. of the research carried out show that in digitising ceramic objects with concave ornamentation by the Roland PICZA LPX-600 scanner the method of scanning by planes should be used. While digitising such objects with the ZScanner ® 700 one should use the resolution of 0,4 mm. The paper also shows the suitability of reference imaging in recreating the shape of the object in constructing 3D models. This shape can be used in virtual assembly of the shells of broken ceramic vessels.

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Montusiewicz, J., Czyż, Z., & Kayumov, R. (2015). Selected methods of making three-dimensional virtual models of museum ceramic objects. Applied Computer Science, 11(1), 51-65. 
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Montusiewicz, Jerzy, Zbigniew Czyż, and Rahim Kayumov. "Selected Methods of Making Three-Dimensional Virtual Models of Museum Ceramic Objects." Applied Computer Science 11, no. 1 (2015): 51-65.
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J. Montusiewicz, Z. Czyż, and R. Kayumov, "Selected methods of making three-dimensional virtual models of museum ceramic objects," Applied Computer Science, vol. 11, no. 1, pp. 51-65, 2015.
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Montusiewicz J, Czyż Z, Kayumov R. Selected methods of making three-dimensional virtual models of museum ceramic objects. Applied Computer Science. 2015;11(1):51-65.
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