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Capturing Reality
Capturing Reality

At Factum Foundation, Capturing Reality software is used to process data captured from the field and create the outputs that inform the materializing workflow to produce large-scale facsimiles. The high-resolution depth maps and meshes form the basis for routing and 3D printing while the overall registration of the laser scan data and photogrammetry provide a guide for creating and placing the materials within exhibitions. Capturing Reality´s software enables us to blend together our capture technologies into cohesive data formats, produce high-resolution depth maps and meshes, and train students in low-cost documentation alternatives.

Océ
Océ

Founded in 1877, Océ is a global leader in digital imaging, industrial printing and collaborative business services. Océ’s mission is to accelerate new digital print technologies and transform them into local printing products and services for blue-chip multinationals around the globe and creative studios around the corner. A Canon Group Company, Océ operates a vast global network of R&D centres to connect emerging digital print technologies to future markets. Océ is headquartered in The Netherlands, in the heart of Europe’s hi-tech corridor.

Océ worked closely with the Factum Foundation adapting Océ’s elevated printing technology to print reliefs up to 15 mm high. The Foundation used the Océ prints to create the final panels and sarcophagus for the exhibition Scanning Seti: the Regeneration of a Pharaonic Tomb.

Iconem
Iconem

Factum Foundation and French photogrammetry specialists Iconem collaborate on a number of different projects. Iconem is an innovative startup that combines the large-scale scanning capacities of drones and the photorealistic quality of 3D to digitize endangered cultural heritage sites and record them for future generations. Iconem uses digital technology to create screen-based visualisations of heritage sites. Iconem and Factum share many ideas on issues such as the ownership and access to data, believing that profits derived from the data should always benefit the institutions preserving the site or the work of art.

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