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Draft of the seated figure of the German mechanical engineer and physicist Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen. The figure was planted on the Potsdamer Brücke in Berlin. In 1942, the bronze figure was melted down. Röntgen is depicted looking downwards into a sphere in his hand, at the bottom a X-Ray-apparatur is to be seen honoring Röntgen to be the “inventor” of the X-Rays, in German: “Röntgen-Strahlen”.
Part of the sculpture collection at the city museum of Berlin, Germany. The collection consists of 3.000 objects of which a third are portrait busts of famous Berlin artists, scholars, politicians and rulers.
Model: The model is based only on 48 photographs taken from one angle in order to test the platform and RealityCapture. This results in some irregularities..
See the object in our database: https://sammlung-online.stadtmuseum.de/Details/Index/313553
More about Röntgen: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wilhelm_R%C3%B6ntgen
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