Of all the things a 3D printer can do, I never thought that recreating a famous work of art would be one of them.
Now researchers in the Netherlands are doing so.
Researchers at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands have come up with a new 3D printing
method that allows them to recreate famous works of art.
By using two cameras, they can do a 3D scan of these famous artworks.
It allows them to see the origin of the strokes and how much paint is applied in each area.
Here is another video that shows how researchers can create 3D scans of paintings: using information obtained from 3D scanners, they can create accurate 3D prints of paintings.
Surprisingly, these researchers were able to create the most accurate reproduction ever.
It is not just a replica of the color used, but the exact depth of the paint itself.
This is one of the most amazing things I \'ve ever seen and you\'ll definitely want to see: So, is there any reason for this?
The benefits are enormous for art researchers and historians.
With this new technology, they will be able to see if historically famous artists have inserted any hidden details into their paintings.
Due to the quirkiness of many famous artists, the potential for new discoveries is enormous.