Recent work by the ENTRANS team on Digital Approaches to the Analysis and Presentation of Situla Art was presented at the National Museum of Slovenia in Ljubljana on Monday 19th September and broadcast by Slovenian National Television. The paper, presented by the University of Bradford team, outlined the various high and low resolution digital capture techniques used on situla art at the National Museum of Slovenia, the City Museum of Ljubljana, the Dolenjska Museum (Novo mesto) and the Archaeological Museum of Istria (Croatia), including animations of the objects and 3D printed panels from the famous Vače situla (on display in the National Museum of Slovenia).

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 291827.

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