In 2018, Factum Foundation completed 42 scanning projects.
25 of which involved photogrammetry, either on its own or in tandem with another system. 21 involved Lucida and 4 involved LiDAR.

From painting, most notably
two vast works by Murillo, to sculpture and ancient monuments, like the tomb of Cardinal Tavera and the Cross-River Monoliths, and even entire museums, as seen with the Al Ain National Museum.

This variety of projects reflects the importance of technology and the preservation and dissemination of cultural heritage.

Click here to learn more about Factum Foundation's mission and vision.


Over an intensive 3-day period in October 2018, students from Columbia University carried out the recording of a selection of art and architectural elements of the great Casa de Pilatos in Seville alongside Factum scanning specialists.

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