Thesis for cultural heritage photography course – ISIA of Urbino 2015 – Supervisors: Mauro Torre, Marianna Santoni
Thyroid (multinodular goiter):
Underdeveloped (18 week) brain:
3D model of eye
The 3D models created with photogrammetry allows a great support to students for the study of the organs, furthermore with the advent of 3d printing there have been major innovations in the medical field: For example 3D models created with photogrammetry or modeling can be printed to create prostheses of missing or broken parts of the patient, for simulations of surgical operations, and in recent years various researchers have been experimenting transplanting using 3d prototypes made with specially designed biopolymers. In addition, many companies are conducting researches to replicate human tissue with 3d presses. This for example, will lead to drug testing using these prototypes instead of test animals or humans, and in the future it could lead to the creation of genuine human organs, thereby nullifying transplants listings.
Uterus with internal leiomyoma:
3D model of uterus
Bowen disease – Melanoma:
Nevus – Spitz’s nevus:
Skin reaction to Vemurafenib:
You can visualize all the 3D models on my sketchfab.com page.