This week’s featured print is for a Penn Design seminar that looks at important Italian Baroque cathedrals with the aid of laser scans, 3D prints, and drawings. This is a piece of the main dome of Rome’s church of Santi Luca e Martina (San Luca and Santa Martina) which was designed by architect Pietro da Cortona. The project aims to accurately reflect how the church was finished and to reveal hard-to-see details.
Printed in ABS plastic on Stratasys UPrint SE Plus Printer.
Related information about Penn Design’s research and digital imaging of baroque topologies on churches.
Learn more about the Biomedical Library’s 3D printing service which is proud to print complimentary objects and provide 3D design consultations contributing to innovation in teaching, learning, research, and clinical care at the University of Pennsylvania.
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