Fossil Replication

Team Name: 
EngineerInResidence

3d scanning can make objects available to people that they may never be able to inspect in person. Fossils and dinosaur bones are freely available as virtual relics. But humans are tactile, and a model on a computer screen doesn't have the same emotional response as handling a physical object does. 3d printers are now readily available, and are ideal for producing real objects that can provide that tactile response.

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Dataset Name: 
Printable 3D model of a Muttaburrasaurus skull
Publishing Organisation/Agency: 
Premier and Cabinet
Jurisdiction of Data: 
Queensland Government
How did you use this data in your entry?: 
Converted the model data to a format and size that was compatible with our 3d printer, and produced a physical version of the object.
Dataset Name: 
Printable 3D model of an Ichthyosaur paddle
Publishing Organisation/Agency: 
Premier and Cabinet
Jurisdiction of Data: 
Queensland Government
How did you use this data in your entry?: 
Converted the model data to a format and size that was compatible with our 3d printer, and produced a physical version of the object.
Dataset Name: 
Printable 3D model of a block of ammonite
Publishing Organisation/Agency: 
Premier and Cabinet
Jurisdiction of Data: 
Queensland Government
How did you use this data in your entry?: 
Converted the model data to a format and size that was compatible with our 3d printer, and produced a physical version of the object.
Dataset Name: 
Printable 3d model of an Ammonite
Publishing Organisation/Agency: 
Premier and Cabinet
Jurisdiction of Data: 
Queensland Government
How did you use this data in your entry?: 
Converted the model data to a format and size that was compatible with our 3d printer, and produced a physical version of the object.
Event Location: 
Brisbane Maker Node