On November 15-19, 2021, a training course was held at the Lublin University of Technology on “Scanning small objects” as part of the “3D Digital Silk Road” project, financed by the National Agency for Academic Exchange (NAWA) as part of the Academic International Partnership program .
12 employees from 4 partner universities of the project: National University of Uzbekistan, Samarkand State University, Chirchik State Pedagogical Institute and Urgench State University participated in the training.
The training included theoretical lectures, practical classes in the Lab3D laboratory, as well as field classes (i.e. scanning objects in Kazimierz Dolny). Additionally, in addition to the training program, selected participants took part in the 3D scanning session in motion capture technology of the Lazgi dance, inscribed on the UNESCO Intangible World Heritage List.