The museum wanted to create a digital record of the hoard for research purposes, as well as to make the collection more accessible to the public.
The hoard was discovered in the 1980s and is considered to be one of the largest and most important collections of its kind in the world.
Our team of experts worked closely with the museum to coordinate the scanning process, taking the necessary precautions to ensure the safety of the hoard during the digitization process.
The scanning process was a huge success, with the Artec Leo capturing detailed and accurate 3D scans of each coin in the collection. The team then used Artec Studio software to process the scans, converting them into high-quality STL files that could be used for further analysis and research.
The museum staff was thrilled with the results and praised our team for their professionalism and expertise throughout the project.
“The combination of our expertise and the technology from Artec 3D allowed us to deliver a solution that accurately captures the intricate details of these ancient artefacts and preserves them for future generations.”
For us at Central Scanning, it was a proud moment. We used the cutting-edge technology provided by Artec 3D to help preserve a valuable and important part of history, making it accessible to researchers and the public alike.
We are grateful for the opportunity to work on such a unique and exciting project and look forward to future collaborations with the Yorkshire Museum and other cultural institutions.