3D Gallery

A high-definition, precision three-dimension rendering of the face on the Shroud of Turin created from a digitized version of the photograph of the Shroud taken by Giuseppe Enrie in 1931. Microsoft 3D Builder, a software app, was used to plot the brightness values in the photograph, similar to the VP-8 Image Analyzer.
VP-8 three-dimensional rendering of Shroud of Turin photograph created by the Italian photographer Giuseppe Enrie in 1931 sourced; sourced from “The Shroud of Turin: A Critical Summary of Observations, Data and Hypotheses, Version 4” by John Jackson et al.
Dr. Joseph Accetta, one of the original STURP team members, proposed that woodblock or intaglio technique known to be in use in the 14th century could account for all visible attributes including the 3-d effect. This is a full-frontal face view of the painter Claude Monet. The woodcut and print is by Monthian of Phuket, Thailand. The 3D image was created with Microsoft 3D builder emulating a VP-8.

Colin Berry’s roasted whole-body medieval flour imprint showing 1) toy used, 2) imprint on cloth and 3) 3D rendering produced by ImageJ software from the National Institute of Health.
A death mask from “Probable Origins of a 14th Century Shroud Image” by Joseph Accetta and a 3D rendering of it produced by ImageJ software from the National Institute of Health.
A dust painting by Emily A. Craig and Randall R. Bresee, University of Tennessee forensic researchers, from a paper, “Image Formation and the Shroud of Turin” and a 3D rendering of it produced by ImageJ software from the National Institute of Health.
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