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Marsyas

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Marsyas by met Jun 1, 2012

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Marsyas
Balthasar Permoser (German, Kammer, nearr Otting, Chiemgau, Bavaria 1651–1732 Dresden)

Date: ca. 1680–85
Culture: German, executed in Rome or Florence
Medium: Marble; black marble socle inlaid with light marble
Dimensions: Overall with socle (confirmed): 27 x 17 3/8 x 11 1/8 in. (68.6 x 44.1 x 28.3 cm)
Height of socle (confirmed): 6 1/4 in. (15.9 cm)
Classification: Sculpture
Credit Line: Rogers Fund and Harris Brisbane Dick Fund, 2002
Accession Number: 2002.468

Captured by Jonathan Monaghan using Autodesk 123D Catch at the Metropolitan Museum of Art - New York as a part of the Met MakerBot Hackathon, June 2012. For more information about this work visit: metmuseum.org/Collections/search-the-collections/120028394

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sethmac86 : Basically, you take a bunch of pictures of the object from all sides, then load them into 123D Catch. Wait a few minutes, and the software generates a 3D model, which can be exported as obj or stl.

How do you use the autodesk 123d program to generate an .stl file?

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donundeen on May 13, 2013 said:

sethmac86 : Basically, you take a bunch of pictures of the object from all sides, then load them into 123D Catch. Wait a few minutes, and the software generates a 3D model, which can be exported as obj or stl.

sethmac86 on May 13, 2013 said:

How do you use the autodesk 123d program to generate an .stl file?

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