Creative Commons

Creative Commons

Creative Commons (CC) is an American non-profit organization devoted to expanding the range of creative works available for others to build upon legally and to share. The organization has released several copyright-licenses known as Creative Commons licenses free of charge to the public. Wikipedia

Creative Commons

Creative Commons (CC) is an American non-profit organization devoted to expanding the range of creative works available for others to build upon legally and to share. The organization has released several copyright-licenses known as Creative Commons licenses free of charge to the public. Wikipedia

  • Oct 23 at 9:29 PM
    #Repost @re3dprinting From rubble to rebirth: using CAD and 3D printing to preserve the legacy of cultural heritage in danger of destruction. Or, in the case of Palmyra, Syria, to recreate a site already razed by terrorists. If you didn''t catch our story earlier this year about #NEWPALMYRA, now''s your chance -- @wevolverapp has a piece up about the project on which we were honored to work. _ https://community.wevolver.com/ _ #Gigabot #3Dprinting #CAD #3Dprinted #architecture #archaelogy #archaeologist #Syria #3Dprint #design
  • Oct 21 at 8:09 PM
    #Repost @intelligentsiac Well this is just the coolest thing. Monday night talk on 3D printing and art restoration at @torontolibrary Palmyra, Syria is a UNESCO world heritage site and widely considered to be one of the most important archeological sites in the world. Beginning in 2015, large sections of Palmyra have been destroyed by ISIL. You may recall that the Taliban did something similar in Afghanistan when they destroyed the monumental Buddha statues of the Bamiyan Valley . @creativecommons Creative Commons, in partnership with re:3D and #NEWPALMYRA have used 3D printing to create a 7.5 foot replica of one of the largest and most important parts of the destroyed site: The Tetrapylon. This replica will be hosted by the Toronto Reference Library from October 23 to November 10, 2017. Join us, as Ryan Merkley, CEO of Creative Commons, speaks about Palmyra and the use of 3D modelling to preserve historical monuments, such as the Tetrapylons of Palmyra. 3D Printing: The Tetrapyla of Palmyra Monday, October 23 7-8 p.m. Toronto Reference Library Atrium Stage #intelligentsiac #toronto #torontoevents #discussion #intellectual #nerd #learn #intelligentsia #torontotalks #ideasculture #culture #torontoculture #torontolife #toronto_insta #streetsoftoronto #imagesoftoronto #torontoigers #lovetoronto #igtoronto #torontonians #torontophoto #exploretoronto #explore #torontothingstodo #talk #thingstodointoronto
  • Oct 21 at 8:07 PM
    #Repost @bella_velo Take a #TETRAselfie at @torontolibrary: The @NewPalmyraOrg @creativecommons @re_3d Tetraplylon is at the reference library this month. @ryanmerkley will be telling its story on Monday from 7-8pm.
  • Oct 5 at 1:50 PM
    #Repost @steuer My @WIRED essay about Bassel and the #freebassel campaign is online today. Link in bio

Oct 23, 9:29 PM

#Repost @re3dprinting From rubble to rebirth: using CAD and 3D printing to preserve the legacy of cultural heritage in danger of destruction. Or, in the case of Palmyra, Syria, to recreate a site already razed by terrorists. If you didn''t catch our story earlier this year about #NEWPALMYRA, now''s your chance -- @wevolverapp has a piece up about the project on which we were honored to work. _ https://community.wevolver.com/ _ #Gigabot #3Dprinting #CAD #3Dprinted #architecture #archaelogy #archaeologist #Syria #3Dprint #design

Oct 21, 8:09 PM

#Repost @intelligentsiac Well this is just the coolest thing. Monday night talk on 3D printing and art restoration at @torontolibrary Palmyra, Syria is a UNESCO world heritage site and widely considered to be one of the most important archeological sites in the world. Beginning in 2015, large sections of Palmyra have been destroyed by ISIL. You may recall that the Taliban did something similar in Afghanistan when they destroyed the monumental Buddha statues of the Bamiyan Valley . @creativecommons Creative Commons, in partnership with re:3D and #NEWPALMYRA have used 3D printing to create a 7.5 foot replica of one of the largest and most important parts of the destroyed site: The Tetrapylon. This replica will be hosted by the Toronto Reference Library from October 23 to November 10, 2017. Join us, as Ryan Merkley, CEO of Creative Commons, speaks about Palmyra and the use of 3D modelling to preserve historical monuments, such as the Tetrapylons of Palmyra. 3D Printing: The Tetrapyla of Palmyra Monday, October 23 7-8 p.m. Toronto Reference Library Atrium Stage #intelligentsiac #toronto #torontoevents #discussion #intellectual #nerd #learn #intelligentsia #torontotalks #ideasculture #culture #torontoculture #torontolife #toronto_insta #streetsoftoronto #imagesoftoronto #torontoigers #lovetoronto #igtoronto #torontonians #torontophoto #exploretoronto #explore #torontothingstodo #talk #thingstodointoronto

Oct 21, 8:07 PM

#Repost @bella_velo Take a #TETRAselfie at @torontolibrary: The @NewPalmyraOrg @creativecommons @re_3d Tetraplylon is at the reference library this month. @ryanmerkley will be telling its story on Monday from 7-8pm.

Oct 5, 1:50 PM

#Repost @steuer My @WIRED essay about Bassel and the #freebassel campaign is online today. Link in bio