THE STITCH PROJECT
3D SCANS OF THREE TRADITIONAL DRESSES
Photogrammetry has been used to model objects in 3D. This close-range 3D scan technique has been used for scanning (more than 8 cm and less than 1m working distance) to record the shapes and surfaces of objects in detail. It provides a notable upgrade to conventional photography for the documentation of textile heritage. Close recording distance is usually associated with higher resolution. The results are in detail and in full-color and high-resolution.
The three scans are now open and available through the Sketchfab platform for easy access and sharing. A remarkable opportunity for students and young professionals as a source of inspiration and creativity!
Below, the three dresses with a clean presentation to be used as a source of inspiration and to be able to be approached in detail.
For more information about the pieces and to find the 3D Scans with hotspots check our STITCH Catalogue.