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The current 3D model is an excellent and representative example of a traditional women’s costume from the early 1900’, from the Greek city of Naoussa. (https://goo.gl/maps/4vsa5oVuVYfuXVbx5). The costume consists of a number of parts, which had a practical as well as a symbolic meaning. In the women’s costume were reflected the social class, the age, the marital status and the emotional state (e.g. mourning or joy) of the woman. The current costume belongs to the “Lykeio Ellinidon Naoussas” club, in the premises of which the 3D scanning process took part. http://www.len.gr/en/index.htm For the needs of the 3D scanning, the costume was worn by the dancer of the club, Frederiki Kaimaki. The digitization was made in the framework of the educational action “Let’Scan. https://www.facebook.com/LetScanProject
Creators: Marialena Panagiotidou, Stella Xatziioannidou, Faih Fragotsinou, Thodoris Maroudas, Alexandros Basiakoulis.