The University of Pretoria is hosting a workshop on the use of 3D modelling in the context of preserving South African cultural heritage. Those are the good news. The bad news are that registration is closed (I saw this too late) and that it’s also taking place during work hours, making it a bit more difficult for some of us to attend.
Hopefully some of you are able to attend and have registered for the workshop already 🙂
For those who won’t be able to attend, you can still read about the workshop in more detail here. The workshop will take place over 4 days:
- Day 1: Paleoanthropological and forensic anthropological imaging
- Day 2: Field trip to the Cradle of Human Kind
- Day 3: Clinical applications, geometric morphometrics and workshop
- Day 4: The role of #D modelling in heritage studies and bioengineering
I’ll try to find out if the work presented during this workshop will be published anywhere and if there will be any similar presentations taking place in the future during non-working hours.