Portable 3D Scanner for the documentation of Tutankhamun’s artifacts

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On 3rd May, Egyptian experts attended lecture about using a new portable 3D scanner device, to prepare for the work in the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir. On 10th May, Dr. Oishi, Dr. Kagesawa and Ms. Kamakura (3D Scanning team) arrived in Cairo to start working with Mr. Abd Rabou, Mr. […]

Wood teams conduct preliminary condition check

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As soon as the Japanese team of wood experts arrived, they went together with the Egyptian documentation team to the Egyptian Museum of Cairo (EM) to conduct a preliminary condition check to confirm the target artifacts condition, types of damage, degree of deterioration, and current environment. The preliminary condition check […]

Target Wood artifacts

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GEM-JC Project’s target artifacts include 8 pieces of wooden artifacts 2 of which are lead target artifacts and the other 6 pieces are follow artifacts. The lead artifacts will be the objects which GEM-CC and Japanese conservators will work on collaboratively together, and will be conserved to be a model […]