Yes. I'm currently working with the two museums in creating new environments suitable for this "new" kind of heritage documentation. We are planing on developing research programs based on the 3D models and also creating web exhibitions for the public to enjoy the possibilities of seeing, feeling and experiencing archaeological objects which are always behind the glass, "in their own hands".
We are excited about this new projects, and I have to thank you and all in the Sketchfab team. Without you, we wouldn't be able to show this to the public. Also the community that gives feedback with ideas and advices.
I'm working hard (and I know a lot of people who does too) to make new technologies available for heritage research, documentation and public spread of the culture of our past, which is crucial to understand our society in the present and for preserving it for the future generations.
In terms of equipment, I do structure from motion photogrammetry in a studio set (when possible) processed with Agisoft Photoscan and finished (cleaned, retouched, polished, textured...) in Blender to achieve the final quality of the displayed models. It's a cheap (but powerful) way to do it. Saves a lot of money without compromising quality.
I try to improve every day so I hope my models will too.
Thanks for the compliments.