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3D Scanning: Written In Bone

Museum of Natural History's Written In Bone Exhibition

Images of Excavation and Assembly

Left Image: 17th century human skeletal remains from an archaeological site near Annapolis MD.
Right Image: Reassembly of the bones took place in scanning studio, part of a forensic reconstruction of the individual for a museum display. Kari Bruwelheide, National Museum of Natural History; and Jane Cox, Anne Arundel County Archaeologist did the reassembly. This was then scanned by Vicky Karas and Mel Wachowiak.



Images of Virtual and Exhibition

Left Image: Screenshot of virtual reconstruction of skeletal remains.
Right Image: Partial assembly of replica of 17th century human skeletal remains from an archaeological site created from scan data by Chris Hollshwander and Caroline Thome of Smithsonian Office of Exhibit Central.



Imaging Process and Milling

CNC milling of smaller scale replica overseen by OEC Modelmaker Chris Hollshwander.