Glam3D.org brings together best practices for conceiving, designing, and executing 3D Open Access programs at GLAM institutions. It is an evolving resource and we encourage you to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have suggestions for improvements, additions, or corrections. We also welcome suggestions in the form of pull requests or issues in the site’s Github repository.
Glam3D.org is a project of the Engelberg Center on Innovation Law & Policy at NYU Law. It was originally created in 2020 by Sketchfab Cultural Heritage Lead Thomas Flynn, Engelberg Center Fellow Neal Stimler, and Engelberg Center Executive Director Michael Weinberg, in consultation with a wide variety of 3D digitization and Open Access experts from around the world. Glam3D.org could not exist without the generous and valuable feedback from this community.
This site would not have been possible without help, feedback, and support from a number of people. Special thanks to the following (institutions listed for identification purposes only):
- Kate Burton, Natural History Museum London
- Felicia Caponigri, Notre Dame Law School
- Nik Honeysett and the Balboa Park Online Collaborative
- Dan O’Flynn, The British Museum
- Engelberg Center Student Fellow Linnea Pittman
- Daniel Pett, Fitzwilliam Museum
- Al Rawlinson, Historic Environment Scotland
- Robert M. Thompson, National Institute for Standards and Technology
- Corey Timpson, Corey Timpson Design
- Andrea Wallace, University of Exeter Law School
- Lyn Wilson, Historic Environment Scotland
- Diane Zorich, Digitization Program Office at the Smithsonian
The site content is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license. The site itself is based on the Jekyll Technical Documentation Theme by Tom Johnson, modified by Lauren Slowik. It is licensed under an MIT license (except for the nav bar, which is licensed under a BSD license) and built with the Jekyll framework. You can explore the site in the repository here.
Curious about how we plan to preserve this site for the future? We blogged about preservation plans here.