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This was a derivative art work created using 3D scanned data from the Met Museum collection. Autodesk's 123D was used for scanning during the Met MakerBot Hackathon, June 2012. The concept was developed by Sean Justice; modeling execution was by Erol Gunduz. For more information on the original museum element goto the link below:
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