A new project at the Royal Academy of Arts in London is offering people the chance to have themselves scanned for 3D portraits that are, according to the project facilitators, more realistic and accurate than photography. The Veronica Chorographic Scanner was developed by the Factum Foundation, a London- and Madrid-based organization dedicated to the digital preservation of art and culture. From September 2-11, it will be housed at the Royal Academy, where people can have themselves scanned via photogrammetry and then watch as the scans are turned into detailed, high-resolution digital images right in front of them. Read more at 3DPrint.com: https://3dprint.com/144052/veronica-...-3d-portraits/