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Movable 3D Printed Grottoes Are Exhibited To The Public

Nov 04, 2020

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On November 3rd, Hangzhou citizens and tourists watched the Yungang Grottoes "Music Caves" copied with 3D printing technology in the exhibition hall of the Museum of Art and Archaeology of Zhejiang University. The Museum of Art and Archaeology of Zhejiang University in Hangzhou will be reopened to the public from November 1, and the world’s first mobile 3D printed grotto: Yungang Grottoes "Music Cave" is also on display for the public for the first time. When visiting, the audience can touch the 3D printed Yungang Grottoes "Music Grotto", allowing people to experience the unique charm of the combination of Chinese traditional culture and art and modern technology at close range.


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