Thursday, March 03, 2011
A New Form of 3D Copying: Sculptures From Scans Using Microsoft Kinect
Thanks to BoingBoing video showing use of Microsoft Kinect as a 3d scanner to sculpt portraits.
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Labels: art law, copyright and fine art, copyright law, fine art multiples, kinect, sculptural works, sculpture
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