“Introduction to Virtual Reality as part of the project: Anglo Sikh Virtual Museum 09/06/2020 Hosted by SMI’s Kartar Singh Taran3D goes through the benefits of using VR in a heritage setting. Including the work already undertaken as part of our Anglo Sikh Virtual Museum project well as the considering other
“Introduction to 3D Printing” as part of the project: Anglo Sikh Virtual Museum via ZOOM 27/05/2020 Hosted by SMI’s Kartar Singh Taran3D undertook a walk through the benefits of using 3D printing in a heritage setting. Including the work already undertaken as part of our exhibition ” Anglo Sikh Wars: Battles,
Sikh Museum webinar 15/04/2020 The benefits of an online museum. How we created the Anglo Sikh Virtual Museum. A demonstration of using 3d technologies using Virtual reality. The release of the Koh-i-Noor diamond in 3d. Hosted by Sikh historian: Gurinder Singh Mann & Taran Singh-Developer at Taran3d.
A very famous diamond, but what is the history behind it? How can technology bring Sikh artefacts alive? History The history of the Koh-i-Noor or ‘Mountain of Light’ diamond is steeped in myth and anecdote, wars and political intrigue. The diamond was described in 1628 as forming part of the
SMI 9: Khanda (with pistol) Date: before 1879Original Location: Patiala, Punjab. Present location: Nottingham Museum ServiceMuseum No: NCM 1879-105 This sword referred to as a Khanda is characterised by a basket hilt and a double-edged blade. Whilst traditionally associated with the Sikhs the Khanda has its origins in Orissa and
Guru Nanak ‘Avatars Sword’ Sunday 17th November 2019 Khalsa Jatha Gurdwara
Wednesday 23 October 2019 New Walk Museum & Art Gallery, Leicester Sikhs all over the world in 2019 are commemorating the 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak, the revered figure of the Sikh faith. As a result the Sikh Museum Initiative on the 23rd October 2019 at the prestigious New