According to UCL researchers, ¨They are using a combination of X-rays, AI, and 3D-printing. The 3D printing the artwork on canvas, to the exact size of the original painting, using the stylised piece and the heightmap.
The UCL researchers’ reproductions, called ‘NeoMasters’, are conducted through a company they co-founded called Oxia Palus and have so far recreated two other paintings for exhibition.¨
As mentioned by Mike Foshey, a mechanical engineer and project manager in the Computational Design and Fabrication Group (CDFG) of the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL), and co-lead author of the paper, “Materials development is still very much a manual process. A chemist goes into a lab, mixes ingredients by hand, makes samples, tests them, and comes to a final formulation. But rather than having a chemist who can only do a couple of iterations over a span of days, our system can do hundreds of iterations over the same time span.¨
Technology changes according to demand. Before the evolution of writing in on clay tablets and then inventions of papyrus, Wax tablets with Stylus and Parchment paper from the report to 3D Printing, technology is improved so much to express words in different forms of the attributes. It is an easy way to preserve our knowledge through 3D Printing.
Industrial transformation in research is essential to figure out the vital features from writing to 3D Printing.
3D Printing has a multi-sided platform. It is beneficial for both sides, such as for 3D printer owners, customers, designers, advertisers, etc.
It is more attractive and valuable for designers and customers.