The Digital Michelangelo Project

@inproceedings{Levoy1999TheDM,
  title={The Digital Michelangelo Project},
  author={Marc Levoy},
  booktitle={3DIM},
  year={1999}
}
As an application of this technology, I and a team of 30 faculty, staff, and students from Stanford University and the University of Washington spent the 1998-99 academic year digitizing the sculptures and architecture of Michelangelo. During this time, we scanned the David, the Unfinished Slaves, and the St. Matthew, all located in the Galleria dell’Accademia in Florence, the four allegorical statues in the Medici Chapel, also in Florence, and the architectural settings of both museums. In the… CONTINUE READING
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