From the very beginning of the war in Ukraine, Artec 3D has focused its global operations on helping to support the people of Ukraine, to meet their immediate and most urgent needs.
After months of relentless and repeated assaults, countless thousands of people in Ukraine are struggling from day to day, simply to survive and hope for an eventual end to the bloodshed and destruction. The men and women of Ukraine are paying the ultimate price with their lives, to withstand and turn back the forces that may otherwise set their sights on Europe and beyond.
Even if the war were to suddenly stop today, millions of people have been uprooted from their homes, with their cities and neighborhoods in ruins. Help in the form of first aid, medicines, shelter, food, and clothing is desperately needed. As such, with corporate headquarters in Luxembourg, Artec 3D reached out to the local Ukrainian humanitarian charity LUkraine to establish a partnership and set up a direct channel to provide these essentials on an ongoing basis.
Artec 3D scanners for Ukraine
As a dedicated Artec Gold Certified partner for the past 13 years, KODA Ltd. has been instrumental throughout Artec’s months of efforts to reach out to specialists and officials across multiple regions and industries in Ukraine, to provide our scanners, software, and expertise in the very areas where they will help bring the most positive change.
With an experienced team of specialists focused on all aspects of 3D scanning in healthcare, heritage preservation, reverse engineering, and beyond, KODA Ltd. has continued working with clients across Ukraine throughout the war, despite having to evacuate their main office in Kharkiv, which was under threat of bombing, and relocate to the west of Ukraine, in Khmelnitsky.
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Ever since war erupted in their country, Artec’s Ukrainian clients and partners such as KODA Ltd. and Skeiron have been racing to digitally capture and preserve more than a millennium of irreplaceable cultural heritage by using the professional 3D scanner Artec Leo.
The submillimeter-precise, color 3D scans of paintings, sculptures, churches, monuments, and more, are being safely archived far from the front lines.
In the unthinkable event that the originals are ever damaged or destroyed, the 3D scans made by Artec scanners will serve as flawless reference models for repairs or reconstruction, via 3D printing or traditional methods.
Beyond this, Ukrainian museums and art curators and are also exploring the deployment of such 3D models on various online platforms, so these unique objects can be visited and explored from anywhere around the world, by educators, students, researchers, and others.
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