3D Virtual Museum Project

Viewing of 3D Models

Choose below which model want to see by clicking on the picture (Note: Get the plugin to view the models. If you try to view the models in more than a one window/tab, only the first window/tab will contain the model for viewing.)

Because the 3D models are rendering in the client machine, they have reduced size, which influences the level of detail seen.


Fossil of a Protocyon Description

Animal that lived during the Pleistocene (period between 1.806.000 and 11.500 years ago, approximately). His fossils, such as this skull, were found in caves at Minas Gerais, Brazil.

Protocyon troglodytes is a extinct order of Carnivora kind.

Courtesy of UFPR's Natural Science Museum.

Size of the 3D model: 2.4 Mb

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To watch a video demonstration of the model click here (3.5 Mb).

 

Alamito Description

Reproduction of the object Alamito from Museum de la Plata, Universidad Nacional de la Plata, Argentina.

 

 

 

 

Size of the 3D model: 968 Kb

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To watch a video demonstration of the model click here (1.4 Mb).

 

Sculpture of artist Erbo Stenzel Description
 

The teacher and sculptor Erbo Stenzel (1911-1980), born in Paranaguá (Paraná, Brazil), has important works in Curitiba. His former home is now a cultural area in the Parque São Lourenço.

 

 

 

Size of the 3D model: 2.2 Mb

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To watch a video demonstration of the model click here (1.2 Mb).

 

ICIP' Statue Description

Statue's head, souvenir of ICIP'2002.

 

 

 

 

 

Size of 3D Model: 690 Kb

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To watch a video demonstration of the model click here (869 Kb).

 

Beetle Description
 

Insect: Beetle.

 

 

 

 

 

Size of the 3D model: 1.8 Mb

To watch a video demonstration of the model click here (2.3 Mb).

 

Sculpture of artist Carybé Description

Carybé (1911-1997), name of artistic Hector Julio Paride Bernabó, Brazilian figurative painter with origin Argentine, whose stylization graphic close to the abstraction.

Born in the city of Lanús, and after living in Italy from 6 months to 8 years of age, moved to Brazil, initially in Rio de Janeiro, where he studied at the National School of Fine Arts.

Size of the 3D model: 2.2 Mb.

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To watch a video demonstration of the model click here (1.1 Mb).

 

Sculpture of a Rooster Description
 
Sculpture: Rooster.

 

 

 

 

 

Size of the 3D model: 1.7M b

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To watch a video demonstration of the model click here (3.0 Mb).

 

São Francisco de Assis Description
 

São Francisco de Assis.

 

 

 

 

 

Size of the 3D model: 855 Kb

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Ceramic Jaguar Description

Ceramic painted jaguar, manufactured by Brazilian indians from the Wauja community, inhabitants of Alto Xingu.

Courtesy of UFPR's Archaeology and Ethnology Museum.

Size: 5.4 Mb

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Ceramic Boat Description

Ceramic painted indigenous man with turtles in a boat, manufactured by Brazilian indians from the Karaja community.

Courtesy of UFPR's Archaeology and Ethnology Museum.

Size: 5.4 Mb

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Ceramic Duck Description

Ceramic painted duck, manufactured by Brazilian indians from the Karaja community.

Courtesy of UFPR's Archaeology and Ethnology Museum.

Size: 3.9 Mb

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Bird Made with Whale Bone Description

Ancient Brazilian Indigenous artcraft, carved in whale bone.

Courtesy of UFPR's Archaeology and Ethnology Museum.

Size: 6.0 Mb

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