Ambrogio Lorenzetti. A Group of Four Poor Clares. © The National Gallery, London.
This model is subject to the Creative Commons license: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/
A model made by NFTS student Alessia Di Palma from DSLR and/or smartphone images, as part of a 2-day photogrammetry and VR bootcamp run by Philo Kemenade for NFTS with support from the National Gallery.
These models were created by students as part of building their first ever 360 immersive experience in just 48 hours - creating a primitive virtual gallery space (with models placed within it and sound added) to explore creative and production issues related to the manipulation of digital objects (in this case artworks) in virtual environments, in terms of perspective, scale, colour, texture, context, authenticity, relative positions in time and space, mixed media etc.
More details about the Creative Producing for Digital Platforms course can be found here: https://nfts.co.uk/creative-producing-digital-platforms