Application of 3D scanning in the initial stages of the design of academic symbols, with the objective of optimizing the design process using predetermined specific art details.

  • Hristina Vasileva Tacheva Technical University of Varna, Department Industrial Design , 9010, 1 Studentska Street, Varna, Bulgaria
  • Tsena Radkova Murzova Technical University of Varna, Department Industrial Design , 9010, 1 Studentska Street, Varna, Bulgaria
Keywords: design, projection, digitalization, PR, 3D

Abstract

Abstract. The digital image is an integral part of the contemporary design process. Regardless of the method used to create the image of a conceptual idea /sketch, esquisse/. The result is a digital image, which permits manufacturing, modification and printing. In the design for academic purposes such cases are the majority. This research examines the possibilities for the specific application of 3D scanning in the design of specific complex forms with volume with an artistic character in the field of the award and memorabilia academic system. The application of these technologies noticeably decreases the time needed for design, which is key in such tasks. There is an increase in the precision of the manufacturing of the specific form, as well as a possibility for its printing and modification should the need of other projects, demanding the presence of the same object arise.

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Published
2018-12-20
How to Cite
Tacheva, H., & Murzova, T. (2018, December 20). Application of 3D scanning in the initial stages of the design of academic symbols, with the objective of optimizing the design process using predetermined specific art details. ANNUAL JOURNAL OF TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF VARNA, BULGARIA, 2(2), 80-86. https://doi.org/10.29114/ajtuv.vol2.iss2.100
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