BC Libraries’s Digital Scholarship Group is dedicated to expanding the use of 3D and immersive technologies on the BC campus for the purposes of creating accessible immersive, interactive, multimodal, and engaging experiences in research and in the classroom. As part of this endeavor, the Digital Studio has a 3D modeling station useful for making digital models of real-world objects.
With CDIL and the newly created Schiller Institute MakerSpaces, we are excited to explore the use of these technologies in a wide swath of disciplines in the humanities and sciences and, with the technology becoming more user-friendly than ever, we invite you to consider how you might be able to integrate this technology into your own research or teaching.
Interested in a 3D project but don’t know where to start? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- 3D Modeling Station
- 3D & Immersive Technologies tutorials
- About 3D Printing
- “3D Models in the Classroom: Every Rock has a Story” blog post
- “Apple’s Reality Composer, a Free AR App ” blog post
3D model of “Hail Flutie” statue outside BC Alumni Stadium, created by Matt Naglak