We assist museums with the technology and skills needed to make their 3D collections more accessible and their investments more sustainable. We are here to help you scale the impact of your digitilisation project and monetise on your 3D data under a content and brand licensing partnership. At NO cost, partnering organisations can build on top of our technology and share profits. No technology skills needed either!
We integrate our 3D web viewer and 3D print-on-demand order button to transform any web & mobile application into an engaging interactive experience. Your virtual visitors will be able to interact, share, embed your collection's 3D models and to order a 3D printed replica without ever leaving your site or app. We have worked hard to ensure that our technology will work without any maintenance cost or resources overheads.
Partnering museums can benefit from our 3D printing on demand and fulfillment service without the expense and complexity of managing their own service and infrastructure. Instead, we are taking care of the artefacts' production and delivery on your behalf! In addition our innovative packaging system will transform any replica into an authentic learning experience. We are not posting products, we are delivering stories.
Source: The Collection of the Fine Arts School of Athens, Greece
3D web viewer: An interactive 3D web viewer that works in all devices. Your visitors can share and embed your 3D content in their own blog and website while maintaining copyright and source credits.
Order button: An e-commerce button to provide 3D printing on demand service to every 3D model in your collection.
These 2 components is all we need to transform any web and mobile application into an engaging and unique 3D printable learning experience.
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Nikolaos Maniatis founds Museotechniki Ltd. in Athens, Greece with the ambition to eccelerate innovation in the field of cultural asset management. The startup is focusing on 3D printing few months later.
Museofabber.com is one of the winning ideas of the @Diversity European Idea Competition Awards 2013! The @Diversity Awards were launched by the European Parliament and organised by the Commission's Directorate General for Education and Culture in order to recognise outstanding examples of ICT innovation to promote culture in Europe. Next morning we get featured on Wired UK!!!
We win the financial support of the FABulous - Future Internet Acceletation Programme for 3D-printing businesses in Europe. Having successfully passing its regular evaluations FABulous programme supports till today.
Museotechniki Ltd. gets incorporated in the UK. The newly formed partnering company aims to help us take our vision global...
Museofabber.com is shortlisted for the Apollo Digital Innovation of the Year Awards . The Award commends organisations harnessing digital technology to advance access to, or knowledge of art.
18 - 19 May 2016, London, United Kingdom
8 June 2016, Bucharest, Romania
3-9 July 2016, Milan, Italy
Are you planning an event about 3D printing in museums or education? We would be happy to hear from you and see how we could help, share ideas and experience. Please, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Museotechniki Ltd., Office 316, 5 Charter House, Lord Montgomery Way, Portsmouth, PO1 2SN, United Kingdom
Museotechniki Ltd., 10681, Andrea Metaxa 26, Athens - Greece