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Tango0123 May 2023 8:09 p.m. PST

"Dioramas are models that have been created to replicate a scene in 3D (three-dimensionally). They cover the gamut in size. Dioramas can be miniatures (i.e., showcasing a re-enactment of a war scene) or they can be life-sized (i.e., replicating animals in a particular natural setting). Most importantly, dioramas captivate audiences. Individuals can be mesmerized just by the sheer magnitude of the scene. These beautiful works of art (combined with science) are typically the centerpiece wherever they are located. They are natural magnets attracting visitors to observe and experience the intricate details of the diorama model. These phenomenal details showcase the original designers' dreams in bringing the scene to life…"


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William Warner24 May 2023 9:01 a.m. PST

Thank you Armand! Fascinating stuff. In my years as a museum curator I worked with several diorama contractors, but that was before 3D printing. It's a whole new world out there.

JMcCarroll24 May 2023 2:13 p.m. PST

I want to play World War Z in 6mm on the first diorama!

Tango0124 May 2023 2:28 p.m. PST

A votre service mon ami…


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