3D Print Time Lapse Video in USF’s Football Advertisement

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While watching a USF Football game, there was an ad for the University of South Florida (USF), something all NCAA DI Football schools have, and in it was a video I made. They included a couple seconds of 3D printing the eagle reconstruction from Natural Bridge Battlefield Historic State Park. The original eagle at the park was shot many times, and was reconstructed by the then Alliance for Integrated Spatial Technologies (now Digital Heritage and Humanities Center) at USF, and a new eagle was cast from the reconstruction and placed at the Battlefield. The original eagle is sitting in the museum for the park. I was tasked with 3D printing the eagle using our Makerbot, and I had set up a GoPro Hero 3 Black to do a time lapse of the 3D print, that video was transferred to the USF Communications and Marking team when we were working with 3D systems on the video found here..

This is the Sketchfab model of the Eagle that was printed: