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Three-dimensional model of a spectrograph[1]
3D polygonal modelling of a human face.
Steps of forensic facial reconstruction of a mummy made in Blender by the Brazilian 3D designer Cícero Moraes.

This learning resource support authors in Wikiversity to provide 3D models in learning modules. Furthermore this module can be used for learners themselves to create web-based 3-D models. The course focuses on web-based three-dimensional models, because they how to be accessible directly by a link in the Wikiversity content.

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The learning resouces follows the Open Community Approach and therefore the used software is Open Source and the course is setup up in Wikiversity, so that the community of learners can learn, modify and extend the learning resource. All tools presented in this course Open source tools, they are freely accessible for learners.

Learning ObjectiveEdit

The course is based on two major steps: See and explore web-based models and create your own three-dimensional models if you decide they are useful for you learning module in Wikiversity.

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  1. ERIS Project Starts - http://www.eso.org/public/announcements/ann13054/ - (accessed 2013/06/14) newspaper ESO Announcement
  2. Mikhail, E. M., Bethel, J. S., & McGlone, J. C. (2001). Introduction to modern photogrammetry. New York.
  3. OBS Tutorial: Open Broadcaster Software - Screencast/Video Screen Capture (OBS Studio/Multiplatform) by TanUv90 (2016) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qeDNgLBVPLU (accessed 2018/01/11)