Learning 3D scanning outdoors #TartuArtSchool

As the weather is getting better, Tartu Art School’s CODE students were able to meet outdoors… and do some fun learning!

Students got the chance to scan different physical objects by the river Emajõgi to make them into virtual 3D objects. Of course, a little campfire and a picninc were also a part of our day.

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