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A museum film experience

Il Cinema Ritrovato acts as a time machine, exploring three centuries of cinema, from the end of the 1800s to the start of the twenty-first century. You can discover never-before-seen works and rediscover those you’ve loved before with the screening of the best copies, newly restored, and with ideal projection conditions. The film festival has been held over 9 days in June for the past 14 years in Bologna.

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3D optical scanning to restore a masterpiece

Optical scanning has been applied to generate a complete 3D model of the famous unfinished Adoration of the Magi by Leonardo da Vinci (Uffizi Gallery, Florence). Application of 3D optical scanning has proved to be of unique value for documenting spatial deformation suffered by panel paintings and can represent a reference tool for conservation. www.researchgate.net/publication/247095407_Painting_Survey_by_3D_Optical_Scanning_-_The_Case_of_Adoration_of_the_Magi_by_Leonardo_Da_Vinci

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Personalised gifts while you wait

I first discovered this shop in Venice a few years ago and bought a personalised apron for our daughter. She recently discovered one in Syracuse Sicily. I’m now in Florence and there’s one here near the Duomo. Surprising that there are not more around the world. A machinist sits at the window and embroiders any name that you like on their items. www.ricamiveronicaroma.it

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An installation that protects a national treasure

A special technical installation, a sort of “artificial lung”, is at the entrance to the Scrovegni Chapel in Padua, Italy. The Chapel is a masterpiece in the history of painting in Italy and Europe in the 14th century. The special air-conditioned environment in the installation both purifies the air inside the Chapel and monitors its atmosphere continuously, in order to protect unique frescoes, some of the most important of all time. Groups of maximum 25 people wait at the door to the air-conditioned waiting-room to the chapel for 15 minutes, the time needed to stabilise the interior microclimate. They then enter the Chapel for another 15 minutes. Visits last a total of about 30 minutes. Automatic access doors open only once on entrance and exit, to allow stabilisation of the interior microclimate. http://www.cappelladegliscrovegni.it

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A wedding at a Tuscan Villa

Our son and his beautiful new bride planned their wedding at Villa Di Ulignano in the countryside of Volterra Italy. The Villa was booked for a week and about 40 very close friends and family came from around the world to attend the wedding and planned festivities before and after. A great success. The Villa was made famous by Visconti-one of Italy’s greatest film directors of the 20th century.

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Recycled Wool Blankets

Recycled Wool Blankets

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A prize for the most popular ideas

Corban & Blair are offering this beautifully designed travel wallet for the most popular ideas shared on IdeaSpies in April, May and June this year to help celebrate the launch of IdeaSpies Enterprise, a simple idea capture tool that encourages ideas from staff. Each travel wallet is handmade from naturally cured genuine vegetable tanned leather and includes a luggage tag and card holder. Simply post an idea you’ve seen on IdeaSpies and share it. IdeaSpies Weekly features the idea with the most shares over Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn as Idea of the Week. The monthly winners will be chosen from the most popular Ideas of the Week for each month. The prizes will be delivered worldwide to the winners. Register here . If you post an idea you’re welcome to say “Idea Spy” on your bio, including on LinkedIn.

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Using a mirror to copy a masterpiece

Inventor Tim Jenison attempted to solve one of the greatest mysteries in all art: How did 17th century Dutch Master Johannes Vermeer (“Girl with a Pearl Earring”) manage to paint so photo-realistically. So he painted his daughter Claire in the same pose with a comparator mirror and the similarity to the original is striking. Now on display at MONA in Hobart as “Claire with a Pearl Earring” along with an exhibit showing the technique he used.

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Restoring old films to delight new audiences

Cinema Reborn is a new and different film event intended to shine a light on the long history of the art of the cinema, the world-wide activity of film restoration and the treasures that exist in the world’s film archives. It will be on from 3-7 May 2018 at the Australian Film Television & Radio School theatre in the Entertainment Quarter at Fox Studios in Sydney, Australia. Twelve programs will be shown of either recently restored films using digital copies or, rarer, film archived-sourced 35mm film prints. www.cinemareborn.wordpress.co

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A 2,000 year old Egyptian mummy scanned

This mummy is on display at MONA in Hobart. Alongside it, in a separate coffin, you can see progressive scans of the body. It’s surprising that the skeleton has been preserved for so long. The scanning process can be applied to any volumetric dataset – not just mummies. For instance, you could now have yourself (alive or recently deceased beloved family or pets etc.) CAT-scanned and made into a hologram, a crystal paper-weight, or a life-size volumetric 3D prototype replicant. www.petermorse.com.au/2011/07/visualizing-pausiris-mona/

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