Museo Popol Vuh

With the help of a Kaidan object rig it was possible to credit this 3-D rotating image of a Maya ballplayer figurine from the Museo Popol Vuh. To study preColumbian Maya art and artifacts it helps to be able to see the objects in three dimensions and from all sides.

 Museo Popol Vuh

GIF animation of prehispanic Ball Player VR Object

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This Maya ballplayer figurine was rotated on a Kaidan virtual reality rig,

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Photographed with permission of the Board of Directors, Museo Popol Vuh, Universidad Francisco Marroquin, Guatemala City, Guatemala.

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