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You can select the type of object that you want to view in the sidebar on the left. Once selected, you can scroll through different objects using the scrollbar at the bottom of the 3D viewer window. We are updating our site with new models each week, so please check back frequently.

You can view the artifact models below as an example of how the Sketchfab viewer works. Once a model is loaded, you can left-click and drag to spin the model in any direction you want. If you want to expand the viewer, you can click the diagonal arrow button in the bottom, right-hand corner of the screen. To exit this view, click on the same button again. If you would like to view any of these models directly through Sketchfab, you can do so by clicking on the object label in the upper left or by clicking any of the links directly beneath the model.

If you would like to learn more about how the 3D models are made, we have provided a short video below the Sketchfab model.

3D Artifact Models

Centuries Old Meets High Tech

Carolina’s Research Laboratories of Archaeology is one of only a few university programs in the U.S. that uses 3-D imaging to present centuries-old artifacts in an engaging, 21st century format.