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Netherlands unveils Van Gogh’s work in 3D

Amsterdam museum uses brand new technology to create replicas of 19th century art that visitors can actually touch.

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In The Netherlands, new technology is recreating Vincent Van Gogh's paintings in 3D.

Fans of Van Gogh can now get closer to his 19th century art than ever before, and actually physically experience it.

Al Jazeera's Phil Lavelle reports from Amsterdam.

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