The Bartlett digitises its summer show with ScanLAB

Recently ranked the UK’s top architectural school, this year’s Bartlett annual summer show, showcasing the work of its students, has been attracting more than 1,000 visitors a day. For those unable to catch it in person, ScanLAB Projects run by Bartlett School of Architecture graduates Matthew Shaw and William Trossell, has again documented the show. Using state-of-the-art 3D scanning technology, ScanLAB ‘digitise space’ by capturing a cloud of more than a billion precisely measured points, which they then assemble into a virtual model. Exhibition spaces are individually scanned in full colour with millimetre accuracy, allowing users to navigate the exhibition long after it closes. Catch the show in person until 11 July, and then look out for Bartlett Show 2015 free on iTunes soon.


Section of The Bartlett Summer Show 2014 © ScanLAB