3D PRINTING OF AMUNET’S SKULL


Thanks to the careful work of Mallory Busso, a biomedical engineering student at Case Western University, and the Technology House in Solon, Ohio, we now have a 3D representation of Amunet‘s skull.

 
Mallory was able to use the CT-scan data obtained by the Ohio State University’s Wexner Medical Center to create the digital model and the Technology House used its 3D printing capability to make the physical recreation of Amunet’s skull.
 
We now can use this model as a teaching tool as well as the basis for a forensic reconstruction of Amunet’s face a face which the world has not seen for more than 2,700 years!
 
Brad

 

Posted May 22, 2013
Topics: Archaeology

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