< Return to the list

Heritage Preservation

See the article

London’s Natural History Museum: A Blue Whale 3D Scanning Project

When Dippy was unveiled at London’s Natural History Museum in 1905, it was an instant sensation. Being one of the main attractions for 112 years, the Diplodocus skeleton has become…

See the article
Mastodons blogpost

See the article

We even help scan… mastodons!

We always knew that the Creaform products were versatile, but sometimes their application surprise and amaze even us! The University of Michigan owns a Handyscan 3D, which is made available…

See the article
Num. et Insp._Image 3

See the article

The Knight of Lévis: an Historic Figure Goes Digital

For the 150th anniversary celebrations of the city of Lévis, owner of Artisans du Passage jewellry shop Charles-Olivier Roy had the idea to reproduce the monument of Francis de Gaston,…

See the article
Creaform's logo

See the article

French Museum Returns 20 Mummified Maori Heads to New Zealand

La Fabuleuse histoire de la tête Maori-BONUS by Via-DECOUVERTES-44 After more than 30 years of political tractations, French authorities have finally returned 20 Maori warrior heads to their homland New Zealand,…

See the article
Image1

See the article

The MetraSCAN used for Archaeological Purposes in Czech Republic

The broadcast aired on primetime newscast in Czech Republic. Chances are you don’t speak Czech, but as an image is worth a 1000 words, we though we would post it…

See the article