Virtual tour of the John Paul II Museum

Laser scanning has found wide application in creating virtual environments. In this project, the entire surface of the museum has been recreated for a virtual walk. With the help of appropriate software, it is possible to apply textures to previously prepared models, and then rendering was performed. In this way, three-dimensional, spatial models were obtained, reflected in a real way.

Then, smaller museum exhibits related to the biography of John Paul II were scanned. The created models were used to publish 3D objects in the application.

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