#touchthewarinua

The largest photogrammetry studio in Ukraine deep3dstudio launches NFT-project #touchthewarinua#торкнисьвійниua
1/10 #NFT russian military truck

This military unit was physically destroyed by the soldiers of the 93rd Brigade Holodniy Yar

near Okhtyrka, Sumy region, on March 2022 during the russian invasion in Ukraine. Digital Trophy was photo captured by the volunteer of the 93rd Brigade and virtually recreated by deep3dstudio team.


This artwork is a part of NFT project #touchthewarinua created by deep3dstudio. Collection of 10 3d models of destroyed russian military vehicles for sale as NFT.


All proceeds will go to the needs of Ukrainian Armed Forces.

2/10 #NFT russian tank "T-72B"

This military unit was physically destroyed by the Ukrainian armed forces near Mriya village, Kyiv region, on February 2022 during the russian invasion in Ukraine. Digital Trophy was photo captured by the volunteer @gannanelup_ and virtually recreated by deep3dstudio team.


This artwork is a part of NFT project #touchthewarinua created by deep3dstudio. Collection of 10 3d models of destroyed russian military vehicles for sale as NFT.


All proceeds will go to the needs of Ukrainian Armed Forces.

3/10 #NFT russian armored personnel carrier "BTR-D"

This military unit was physically destroyed by the Ukrainian armed forces near Hostomel city, Kyiv region, on March 2022 during the russian invasion in Ukraine. Digital Trophy was photo captured by Vasylyna Duman, the volunteer of the NGO "Ukrainian Women Veteran Movement", Lviv unit, and virtually recreated by deep3dstudio team.


This artwork is a part of NFT project #touchthewarinua created by deep3dstudio. Collection of 10 3d models of destroyed russian military vehicles for sale as NFT.


All proceeds will go to the needs of Ukrainian Armed Forces.

4/10 #NFT russian armored personnel carrier "BTR-D"

This military unit was physically destroyed by the Ukrainian armed forces in Bucha city, Kyiv region, on February 2022 during the russian invasion in Ukraine. Digital Trophy was photo captured by the volunteer @tymur_sol and virtually recreated by deep3dstudio team.


This artwork is a part of NFT project #touchthewarinua created by deep3dstudio. Collection of 10 3d models of destroyed russian military vehicles for sale as NFT.


All proceeds will go to the needs of Ukrainian Armed Forces.

5/10 #NFT russian towing vehicle "MT-LB"

This military unit was physically destroyed by the Ukrainian armed forces in Matviyivka, Mykolaiv region, on March 2022 during the russian invasion in Ukraine. Digital Trophy was found by Mykolayiv Regional Guard, including Roman Khanzhyn, photo captured by the volunteer @ekaterynanovak and virtually recreated by deep3dstudio team.


This artwork is a part of NFT project #touchthewarinua created by deep3dstudio. Collection of 10 3d models of destroyed russian military vehicles for sale as NFT.


All proceeds will go to the needs of Ukrainian Armed Forces.

6/10 #NFT russian armored personnel carrier "BTR-80"

This military unit was physically destroyed by the Ukrainian armed forces in Irpin city, Kyiv region, on March 2022 during the russian invasion in Ukraine. Digital Trophy was photo captured by Vasylyna Duman, the volunteer of the NGO "Ukrainian Women Veteran Movement", Lviv unit, and virtually recreated by deep3dstudio team. All funds raised by selling #touchthewarinua collection are directed to supporting the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the fight against russian fascism.


This artwork is a part of NFT project #touchthewarinUA created by deep3dstudio. Collection of 10 3d models of destroyed russian military vehicles for sale as NFT.


All proceeds will go to the needs of Ukrainian Armed Forces.

The largest photogrammetry studio in Ukraine deep3dstudio launches NFT-project #touchthewarinua / #торкнисьвійниua

Based on photos of destroyed russian military vehicles provided by volunteers and war correspondents we have created a number of 10 3d models which we now put on sale as NFT objects. Project idea — Stanislav Onopriienko.

By creating “digital trophies” of demolished russian military machinery we want to show colossal losses which are suffered by occupant’s army during invasion of Ukraine thanks to bravery and professionalism of our defenders.

All proceeds from the sale of NFT-objects will go to the needs of Ukrainian Armed Forces, units of territorial defence, and volunteers.

Our “digital trophies” can also be used as an evidence in court cases against war criminals.

Our project calls for all civilized world to “touch” the war in Ukraine and support brave Ukrainian nation in our fight against russian invaders.

Glory to Ukraine!
To do this, we ask all interested military photographers to join the project and take photos of destroyed enemy vehicles. Shooting should be performed from all sides of about 180 images of one object (3 circles of 60 images around one unit as it tutorial)