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A digital introspection of a mummy cat

Abstract : In the last decade, made more accessible by the trivialization of new medical imaging technologies, research on the study of animal mummies of Ancient Egypt is becoming more and more important, leading to a better understanding of the History and Culture of this civilization. Additional new 3D technologies such as virtual reality, augmented reality and 3D printing allow to enrich the research process and open innovative possibilities for scenography in scientific mediation. The work in this paper focuses on one particular mummy cat and combine CT scan, 3D printing and augmented reality in a global process to accompany and support at the same time a scientific study of the object and a preparation of a mediation action in a Museum.
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Ronan Gaugne, Stéphanie Porcier, Théophane Nicolas, François Coulon, Odile Hays, et al.. A digital introspection of a mummy cat. Digital Heritage 2018 - 3rd International Congress & Expo, IEEE, Oct 2018, San francisco, United States. pp.1-8. ⟨hal-01875690⟩



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