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In Situ, 3D Printed Heritage Souvenirs: Challenging Conventional Spaces and Culture

  This paper outlines an Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) funded Design Innovation Development Award project titled ' Enhancing the Authenticity and Sustainability of the Visitor Heritage Experience through 3D Printing Technology', undertaken in collaboration with the heritage organisation Historic Scotland at Stirling Castle, between academics in the Schools of Tourism and Design at Edinburgh Napier University. In this study, the research team produced a collection of 3D printed souvenirs in a variety of materials and scales on an Ultimaker 2 3D printer. It was set up within the castle next to one of the halls that formed part of a tour as a small 'pop p' maker space and gift shop.

  • Type:

    Article

  • Date:

    01 July 2018

  • Publication Status:

    Published

  • ISSN:

    2213-5316

  • Library of Congress:

    NC Drawing Design Illustration

  • Dewey Decimal Classification:

    729 Design & decoration

  • Funders:

    Arts & Humanities Research Council

Citation

Vettese, S., & Anastasiadou, C. (2018). In Situ, 3D Printed Heritage Souvenirs: Challenging Conventional Spaces and Culture. The Journal of Peer Production, 12, 27-39

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Keywords

Heritage, souvenir, 3D printing, engagement, maker space,

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