We are glad and proud to announce that 3Dflow has just become a partner of Project Mosul, an initiative started by Matthew Vincent (ITN-DCH Researcher), Chance Coughenour (ITN-DCH Researcher), and Marinos Ioannides (ITN-DCH Coordinator) of the Initial Training Network for Digital Cultural Heritage, a Marie Curie Actions FP7-PEOPLE funded project.
Project Mosul represents one of the first efforts to digital preservation of the Iraqi and Syrian cultural heritage destroyed by the Islamic State. It consists of an online platform conceived to collect and use artifacts images making them available for digital reconstruction by the users who want to get involved in it.
3Dflow has offered licenses to Project Mosul for 3DF Zephyr, and even its help to all the users who need answers to photogrammetric field so as to improve their skills.
3Dflow support can be received through Project Mosul Slack channel available at the following link: https://projectmosul.github.io/