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Smithsonian X 3D

Smithsonian Institution has just launched a site that examines some of its treasured artifacts in 3D
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Smithsonian Institution has just launched a beta site that examines some of its treasured artifacts in 3D. It is an exciting idea and a way to visit the Smithsonian at your computer. There is a detailed explanation of how to get started and what advanced tools you can use to view the artifacts. Roam through the gunboat Philadelphia from the Revolutionary War, and explore the life mask of Abraham Lincoln. Don’t miss the fascinating information and experience you’ll gain by looking around on this site.

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