Sunkaraku in 3D on The Web

July 22, 2015

First preserved by the Philadelphia Museum of Art through acquisition in 1928, the Japanese Ceremonial Teahouse known as Sunkaraku, has now been preserved in 3D by point3D using a DotProduct DPI-8 Imager.  The ceremonial teahouse was built in about 1917 by the architect Ögi Rodö, the grandmaster of Sukiya architecture, and is typical of traditional Japanese teahouses.   For the full story click the DOTProduct logo.  


To see the scene in 3D, click here.  

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