Share 3D Guidelines
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Introduction
The last few years have seen a steady increase in the use of 3D technologies in the cultural heritage, for example 3D is used:
    In archaeology to capture monuments, artifacts and landscapes, and for documenting excavations
    In architecture and historic buildings, to capture buildings, components, fittings and plans, and for conservation management
    In museums to capture objects, art, costumes, sculpture, bones and fossils
    To create models, reconstructions and scenes
    For augmented and virtual reality environments
The Sharing New Perspectives (Share3D) project aims to explore ways of increasing the sharing and re-use of this 3D content. The project, which has been funded by European Commission’s CEF Telecoms 2017 call, has developed a dashboard to enable content uploaded to Sketchfab to be shared with Europeana and a storytelling tool to enable the content to be re-used in interactive applications for education, tourism and research.
This document covers:
    User guide to the Share3D dashboard
    User guide to the Share3D storytelling tool
    Guidelines on the 3D process: Capture, Post processing, Publishing in Sketchfab, Metadata and Licencing
    Use Cases
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