Sound recordings cited in "Audio Textual: Modernism, Sound Recordings, and Networks of Reception", a dissertation submitted by Brandon Walsh in November 2015 to the UVA English department. The dissertation is available at https://doi.org/10.18130/V3R27G
3D scan data from a plaster rosette purported to have been taken from an original Jeffersonian era rosette from the UVA Rotunda; included in this dataset are the original scan OBJ files from the scanning of the top and bottom of the rosette plus exports from the comprehensive dataset created with Geomagic. One dataset was created using the Surface Merge algorithm for combining the 2 source datasets and the other is from the UltraHigh Definition Mesh Construction algorithm. The plaster color texture was not easily documented due to the white color of the original material which is difficult for laser scanners to read because of light reflection distortion. However the surface geometry was captured and nearly 1/3 of a millimeter in resolution.
William Faulkner's pipe; scanned on 2017-01-17 by Will Rourk, Baxter Craven, Molly Schwartzburg; scanned with Creaform Zscanner 700CX; data acquired using Creaform VXElements, processed with 3D Systems Geomagic, Autodesk 3D Studio Max, 3D printed with Stratasys Mojo