- FTGL artefact
- #include <GLFW/glfw3.h> #include <SOIL/SOIL.h> #include <FTGL/ftgl.
- Is this the cheekiest item on the Antiques Roadshow? Buttock-shaped tea caddy
- Tonight was a special edition of The Antiques Roadshow focusing on Indian artefacts and was filmed at the BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, more commonly known as the Neasden Temple in North London. Along with tea caddy, visitors brought many of ...
- Nigeria: Cambridge University Finally Takes Down Nigerian Artefact, 'Okukor
- A Cambridge University college has bowed to pressure from its students and removed a bronze cockerel from its main hall after protests that the looted sculpture celebrated a racist and colonial past.
- 'Swiping' ancient artefact with 3D scanner
- BERLIN • Two German artists walked into the Neues Museum in central Berlin last October and used a mobile device to secretly scan the 48cm-tall bust of Queen Nefertiti, a limestone-and-stucco sculpture more than 3,000 years old that is one of Germany's ...
- Why would I destroy an irreplaceable artefact?
- Some specialists need to grind artefacts into slices as thin as a human hair so that they can be mounted on microscope slides. Of course this all causes damage to the artefact that can never be repaired.
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