Discover 3D printable objects and augmented reality experiences.
Soar on the 1903 Wright Flyer. Glide across the canvas wingspan, navigate through the wires, and depart on a historic flight.
What does the inside of an engine look like? Interact with the mechanics and bring this engine into your own space for an immersive experience.
Delight in the whimsy and simplicity of the horse form. Take a look at the oblong wheels. Be sure to discover the hidden text on the bottom.
Spin Mr. Lincoln around. Count the folds on his blazer. With AR, bring him into your environment.
Are your hands the same size as Abraham Lincoln? Bring them into AR or 3D print them to find out!
This mask was made right before Mr. President's death. Zoom into his strained temples and gaunt cheekbones. With augmented reality, bring this life mask into your classroom or on your kitchen table.
This life mask was made right before the Civil War. Turn Abraham Lincoln's head around. Be sure to discover what hides within the life mask.
Use this figure to study the human body or for your own drawings! With AR, bring the model into your own environment.
Have you ever seen a coin up so close you can count the hairs on their head? Be sure to explore the flip side.
Zoom into the intricate details of this statue of Andrew Jackson on horseback. What does it look like underneath or from a birds' eye view?
Where else can you touch the face of Anne Sullivan, the "Miracle Worker" like Helen Keller did?
Hold this ancient artifact in your hands. What do you think went inside of it?
With augmented reality or 3D printing, you can bring this very old calculator into your math class. Make sure you flip it over and see the other side.
Bring a 200 year old Neoclassical chair into your space with AR. Rotate and zoom in on every inch of the clean lines and curved forms.
Follow the quartz thread between the two coils. Zoom into this instrument made over a hundred years ago.
With augmented reality, digitally bring these ancient arrowheads into your classroom. This is a safe and interactive way of learning about these tools.
Zoom into this radiating star and get lost in its honeycomb-like spiky structures.
Dive into the circular cavities of this coral. Digitally bring it into your classroom with augmented reality. Or 3D print and hold it in your hand.
Find the eight fruit within this instrument. Digitally grab the wooden sticks in augmented reality.
Look closer. Zoom into the patterns and each face. Swirl the vase and watch the movements of the clouds. Inspect the highly detailed flowers and leaves.
Slide down the swirling sea snail shell. Get lost in the patterns, colors, swirls, and texture.
Hold the handle of this jug with a 3D print. Watch how the light hits the curves and smooth angles. Bring the jug onto your own table with AR.
Look closer. Zoom into the patterns and each face. Swirl the vase around.
Meet Zeus up close. Take a selfie with the god of lightning with AR. 3D print the statue for your classroom.
Blast off on the Bell X-1 and exceed the speed of sound. Display this historic airplane on your kitchen table with augmented reality.
Meet Benjamin Franklin up close. Take a selfie in augmented reality or 3D print Mr. Franklin as a souvenir.
Like a rollercoaster ride, twist and slide down each protein strand. Zoom in and go inside this structure.
Observe the small details up close. 3D print this old button to wear on your own clothes.
Blaps Mortisaga is also known as Cellar Beetle
Standing figure holding a round object - probably a ball or a piece of fruit.
Handcrafted wooden bike, made by a Polish 12 year old boy.
A decorative button for a noble's outfit.
Bronze Age Spearhead
Skull of a brown bear
Limestone Statue of Buddha draped in robes portraying the Realms of Existence
Immerse yourself in the details, the craftsmanship, and the artistry of this mask.
Meet Michelangelo up close. Take a selfie with the prolific painter with AR. 3D print the statue for your art class.
See Napoleon Bonaparte up close. Take a selfie with the emperor with AR. 3D print the statue for your history class.
A flat, round button made from antler during the Initial Bronze Age.
A stone button from the Neolithic Age.
This Byzantine Solidus was minted during the rule of the Byzantine emperor Marcian (450–457 AD). The front shows the bust of the emperor surrounded by an inscription and the reverse shows the goddess of victory
Calcite is a common rock forming mineral from sedimentary rocks.
This is a rock specimen with dense marcasite with crystals of calcite.
An extremely valuable, massive, heavy cash register with garlands and floral motives was most probably produced in Vienna
Take a journey through space and time with the Cassini Space Craft.
Skull of a Cave Bear
Slide through the keys. Zoom in to the intricate floral pattern. Find Charlie Parker's name.
Hold this invention in your hands.
The Chinche Verde is a green stink bug found all over the world.
To infinity and beyond! Lift off the same Command Module that embarked on the very first lunar mission in 1969.
Hold the same handle as astronaut Neil Armstrong. Peep through the window like Buzz Aldrin. Explore all the switches and connectors like Michael Collins.
Hop aboard! Pilot your own moon landing in the same seats and using the same controls as the first lunar landing mission in 1969.
Common Black Raven
Conus geographus popularly called the geography cone or the geographer cone hunt and kill prey using venom potent enough to kill humans
Conus marmoreus - also known as the "marbled cone" - is a species of predatory sea snail.
What sounds do you hear at a baseball game?
Charles-François Daubigny's painting ‘The Dunes at Camiers'
Davenport was the inventor of the DC electric motor.
What do beets and baseball have in common?
This decorative n’tomo mask, made from the Bambara people, is worn during dances and rituals.
Diploastrea heliopora is commonly known brain coral or honeycomb coral.
Lift off! Power up this Space Shuttle for a digital interstellar romp through space.
Did you know this instrument was made from a fruit? What sound do you think it makes?
Imagine how heavy a dress with over a thousand beads would be. Zoom in, get lost in the magnificent beadwork.
E. Ambrose Webster’s ‘Brook in Winter’ painted in 1914
Earth is the third planet from the Sun and the only place, that we know of, that is inhabited by life
Egg Carton From Muslim Farms
Color your own orchid with 3D printing. Dive deep into the depths of the blooming flower with AR.
This Rococo Style Chair was made in England in the mid 1700s.
The Coat of Arms of Catalonia
Stag beetles are found in Europe and the males have mandibles.
Fasciolaria tulipa also known as the true tulip is a species of large sea snail
Swim towards this golfball coral. Get even closer and observe all the divots and spikes.
A Farm Dress Made Out of Feed Bags
Fossil of a fern from the Carboniferous period
Quartz is one of the most abundant rock-forming minerals.
Porcelain Dancer Statue Made In France
This fish shaped spice box was used to mark the end of the Sabbath.
1920s Brown Flapper Dress
1920s White Flapper Dress
The flower chafer is a beetle that visits flowers for pollen and nectar.
Four Legged Chair
Fossil of a Red-Footed Tortoise
Meet George Washington up close. Take a selfie with our first president in AR. Zoom in and marvel at the marble stonework and artistry.
See George Washington up close. Take a selfie with our first president or bring him into your own home with augmented reality. .
The golden eagle is a bird of prey living in the Northern Hemisphere
Goldilocks from Goldilocks and the Three Bears
Skull of a juvenile Gorilla
Explore this dinosaur footprint from 100 million years ago
A graphometer is a measuring instrument used for the measurement of angles
Broken pottery used for writing tax receipt for grains.
Broken pottery piece with writing on it, used to issue goods, such as wine.
A life-size marble sculpture of a chained nude woman.
Hiram Powers' Statue of Greek Slave - the most famous sculpture of the nineteenth century
Green Wrap Hat Made By Vanilla Beane
Slide down the four strings to the hand-carved long-haired head. Bring this instrument into your music class or your kitchen table with augmented reality.
Imagine playing basketball in this suit.
Ellen Jane Knight Bradford's Three Piece Exercise Suit
Handmade Baseball from Havana, Cuba
Haremhab as a Scribe of the King
Head of Bacchus is the god of intoxication and wine in Roman mythology.
Plaster and Bronze Sculpture of Helen Keller
Electrical Battery made in the 1800s
Scan of a Horseshoe Crab
Hubble Space Telescope medallion
Human Male Skull
Weather Model of Hurricane Katrina in 2005
Hystrivasum is an extinct genus of medium-sized fossil predatory gastropods
See this watercolor in a new light: scale the watercolor mountains and climb down into the varnished valley
See James Garfield up close. Magically bring him onto your desk or table with augmented reality. 3D print Mr. Garfield for hands-on learning.
Jupiter is the fifth planet from the Sun.
Malachite is a green copper carbonate mineral.
Because of their large size and taste of their meat, king crabs are considered a delicacy.
Don't be afraid of this beastly creature. Hone into its ferocious claws and teeth and touch its potbelly like so many have done before you.
Imagine folding your camera in the 1920s - this was unheard of until now.
Painted Earthenware Ceramic Bowl
The laboratory press was used for pressing plant materials, such as fruit, leaf and root juices or seed oils.
A sculpture of relief figures depicting an event from 1654, when the local Onondaga introduced Jesuit Missionary Simon Lemoyne to the salt springs.
A letter opener carved from ebony wood
Won by Libba Cotten at the 27th Annual Grammy Awards in 1984.
Explore the beauty of these stones and rubies. Get closer and discover each abstract motif.
Marvel at this abstract creature. Then step closer to see the shapes of over 20 real and imaginary animals carved into the vessel.
Madrepora Aspera is a species of branching coral.
Drift down carefully onto the spires. Swim through the stony fingers. Place this coral on your table with augmented reality.
Observe this old luxurious radio from the 1900s.
"Marge" Villa played in the All-American Girls Baseball League in the time of Jim Crow segregation laws
Mars is the fourth planet from the Sun.
Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover
Meandrina meandrites known as maze coral is a species of colonial stony coral found in the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico.
Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun.
Dive deep into the depths of this stony horn coral. Get lost within the forest of branches.
A relief with three coats of arms.
A military telescope made in the late 1880s.
An apron used by young girls in the workplace.
A sectioned human brain, made in 1850.
A model of the planet Saturn
This is the Earth's moon.
Alfred Vail made this key as an improvement on Samuel Morse's original telegraph.
Get to know Napoleon up close. Don't forget to swirl him around and discover what's behind him
A round vessel with a highly stylized fish painting from the Nazca culture.
Model of a predatory sea snail
The National Emblem of the Kingdom of Poland
The National Emblem of the Russian Empire is a black double headed eagle wearing three crowns. It appears on the federal buildings and is on the cover of the national passport
Native bismuth is an uncommon mineral.
Neptune is the eight planet and the furthest in our solar system
Where else can you take a selfie with an Emperor? Magically bring this sculpture into your environment with augmented reality.
An intricate sundial, made in the 16th century by Hans Droschel the Elder in Nuremberg, Germany
A patent model of an induction coil.
Small panel of embroidery for a Cabinet Door
Statue of Panther and Cubs by Edward Kemeys
Panulirus longipes are longlegged spiny lobsters.
Patella is a genus of sea snails
Pavonia Praetorta is also known as leaf or potato chip coral.
Wooden Baseball Bat that kept the peace on the field.
Scan of an Emperor Penguin skull
A classic chair that elevates furniture to art.
This radio was manufactured by the largest radio manufacturing plant in Poland between World War I and World War II.
Pluto is a dwarf planet
Dive deep into the depths of this cauliflower coral.
This pocket watch was made for the blind
A pressure gauge is an instrument for measuring pressure.
A Polish compass used for mathematical calculations.
The Pultusk Meteorite is a stone meteorite that fell from the city in Poland in 1868.
A model of the world's second largest frog
Refrigerator Patent Model by Thomas Elkins
Skull of a right whale dolphin
Meet Rutherford B. Hayes. 3D print the statue to have in your history class. Take a selfie with the President with augmented reality.
Set sail on the oldest steam yacht in the world.
A Gothic helmet from the late 1400s.
This salt stalagmite is a rock formation that rose from the floor of a cave.
Saturn is the sixth planet from the sun in our solar system.
An animal rights activist's ski boots.
Immigrant girls and young women sewed these shirtwaists in the early 1900s.
The Shiviti Plaque was most likely placed in a prayer room in in a synagogue in Poland after the Second World War by Holocaust survivors.
Drift down into the deep cauliflower clusters. Swim through the stony branches with augmented reality..
A Latino-made baseball bat made from everyday objects.
A small pebble with an inscribed cross from Scotland.
This spearhead artifact was made during the Bronze Age.
A camera used in the 1930s.
A beautiful, layered Sphalerite found in a Polish mine
Sculpture designed by Frank Lloyd Wright
An ancient Chinese vessel
A painting by Jaume Serra from Spain in the 14th century of St. Martin and the Beggar.
A sculpture commissioned by Gudea
The Sun is a very old star in the center of our solar system.
The Neptun TV set is a vintage TV from the 1950s.
A wall telephone from the late 1800s
This ceremonial vessel is the largest pottery water buffalo known from this period.
The Order of the White Cross is Poland's highest order awarded to both civilians and the military for their merits.
Meet Teddy Roosevelt and see him up close with augmented reality. Or have a mini version for your own home with 3D printing.
Three Legged Chair
Madame C.J. Walker was a self made African American millionaire
Take a journey through space. Land on Saturn's moon with augmented reality.
What did a triceratops look like? Dive into its bones and structure, see for yourself.
A species of coral, known as the Organ Pipe Coral.
A very large sea snail
A skull of a Tyrannosaurus Rex
This corset was worn by Polish women from the suburbs of Sambor, which is now Ukraine.
This Unisex mini skirt was displayed at the World's Fair in Japan
Uranus is the seventh planet from the sun.
This Vaca Muerta Meteorite was found in 1861 in Chile
Venus is the second planet from the Sun and Earth's closest neighbor.
Skull of a Boa snake
Can you hear the full boom or the rhythmic tapping from this drum? Turn it around and upside down to immerse yourself in this drum.
Vincent van Gogh’s Olive Trees, 1889
Slide down the strings. Zoom into the wood grain.
Gastropod fossils existing 70 million years ago
Do you wear specific clothing while doing chores?
This Antelope Mask, used by the Dogon, an indigenous people of West Africa, was used in funeral ceremonies and ritual dances.
An instrument for measuring electric current
Step into a nine million year old fossil. Zoom into each bone.
Step into a nine million year old fossilized whale skeleton. Zoom into each bone.
Boots from The Wiz performance on Broadway.
A scan of a wolf skull.
Zoom into the zoomorphic motifs.
A woodworking compass from the early 1800s
Does a mammoth fit in your living room?
Scan of an X-ray tube from the early 1900s.