The Smithsonian Institute’s Digitization|3D division have scanned and modeled the interior of the Apollo 11 Command Module, which you can now explore – either as a 3D model in your web browser or as downloadable files to explore via GearVR or Google Cardboard! 3D print files are also available, and as you can see on this Twitter feed users around the world are already printing out their own lil’ Command Modules! More info here at the Smithsonian website.
And here’s a video about how they made it:
See more at the Smithsonian Institution Digitization|3D website.
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