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3D Pod Episode 7 3D Scanning & Interview With Direct Dimensions CEO Michael Raphael

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MIchael Raphael is one of the most experienced and knowledgeable 3D scanning people worldwide. For years he and his company Direct Dimensions have been asked to 3D scan important buildings, monuments, submarines, aircraft and much more. In our first interview Max Brogue and myself talk to Michael about his diverse projects. We mention the Kinect, 3D scanners in phones, scanning buildings, the work Michael’s team did on the Avengers movie and the state and future of 3D scanning. We talk about the problems and useful technologies for different applications. We really enjoyed this conversation and hope you will love it as well.

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