Lewis Chessmen, British Museum
This collection of 3D scans was created for the British Museum's gallery 40, mostly before opening hours. I taught my colleagues to create scans of these amazing objects in the gallery using teathered capture from a Nikon D5100 or Canon 5D, a turn table and a light box. The curator for these, Naomi Speakman, was very supportive of the project, and we were able to create a number of scans of the Lewis Chessmen.
My colleagues and friends, Lucy Ellis and Florence Dassonville were taught how to take the images. None of these are perfect, they were a learning device for the team, but they are still pretty good.
For some reason, the Sketchfab collection for the BM has a rogue scan of Carian stelae. I can't remove that...