LiDar and Its Applications Part 14 – Watershed and Stream Delineation
This is an article that focuses on interesting applications within LiDar and stream delineation. This field requires specific usages that differ from other applications of LiDar and 3D visualization.
Company Spotlight: HRE Performance Wheels
Let’s take a quick look at the company HRE. They have an interesting value proposition and have been of recent interest with a partnership with McLaren.
In this article, I detail an interesting movement that is occurring within Europe through the collective Fab City.
The Precarious Current State of London Maker Culture
This article talks about some of the social ramifications of Brexit and its effect on the maker culture of London.
UrbanAlps Wins 2019 purmundus challenge at formnext for 3D Printed Stealth Key
With all the announcements about new systems, partnerships, and materials coming out of last week’s formnext 2019, let’s not forget about those companies that came home from the event with…
LiDar and its Applications Part 11 – Solar Planning
This article talks about the value of solar planning and resource management. The way LiDar technology can be used to help in urban development along with solar energy planning is vital for a Circular Economy thought process.
LiDar and its Applications Part 10 – Flood Prevention
In this article, we talk briefly about how we can use LiDar to inform our risk analysis for floods.
LiDar and its Applications Part 9 – Conservation
This is an article that can implant interest in those who want to understand how we as humans alter environments through species regulation. This is done by measurements done with LiDar devices.
LiDar and its Applications Part 8 – Tourism
This is an article that briefly talks about managing and creating large National Parks that will account for tourist management as well as resource management. We as technologists are able to effect our environment heavily.
LiDar and its Applications Part 7 – Precision Forestry
In this article, we talk about precision forestry and how we utilize LiDar to make intelligent decisions on the future growth of a forest.
LiDar and its Applications Part 6 – Forest Fires
This is a brief article on how we can use LiDar and 3D environment data to manage the risks of forest fires.
Australia’s 3D Printing Medical Conference: Focusing on Technology and Teamwork to Advance the Field
Why has nobody really 3D printed a heart yet? Will animals also benefit from 3D printing in the veterinary field? How to start a 3D printing lab in a public…
South London Makerspace
This is a fun look at the South London Makerspace. It is a compact and fun community, but they utilize space and time effectively based on their surroundings.
Honest 3D Printer Review: Over 100 Hours of Printing with the Anet ET4
The Chinese 3D printers manufacturer Anet has made a name for itself in the world of 3D printing over the past few years with the Anet A8. Its low price…
3D Printing Congress in Argentina: Novel Ideas and a Harsh Landscape Ahead
A new edition of the 3D Printing Congress in Argentina wrapped up last Thursday after two days of workshops, supplier stands and speakers talking about the challenges and solutions of…
Sigma Releases 3D Models For Its FP Camera
It’s rare for camera companies to give people the chance to develop their own 3D printed accessories to use around the camera’s body. One camera company that has recently done…
Forensic Doctors Used 3D Printing to Create a Low-Cost Post Mortem Set
Criminal investigations, unusual deaths, victims of disasters and hospital quality controls rely heavily on autopsies. In the field of forensic medicine, the body is crucial evidence and can provide leads…
Interview with Hans Fouche on his African Large Scale Pellet 3D Printer the Cheetah
Hans Fouche is an Inventor and Engineer, who is fascinated with 3D Printing. In this interview, we discuss his invention, which is the Cheetah 3D printer and his outlook on…
Aki Inomota – Think Evolution #1
This is an art analysis of a 3D printed piece done by the artist Aki Inomata. It brings out questions of humanity and our finite nature.
Interview with Elizabeth Rogers of Kuunda 3D and Daniel Martinez of Copper 3D on Copper 3D Antimicrobial 3D Printing
The 3D printing industry continues to experience more great gradual improvements. Special mention goes to the recent development…
Dezeen Day Recap
This is a mini summary of some things I picked up on from the Dezeen Day conference. It is only a small understatement of the stimulating environment.
Formlabs Tells Us How to Make Good Looking 3D Printed Dentures
More than 36 million Americans do not have any teeth, and 120 million people in the US are missing at least one tooth. With these numbers expected to grow in…
An Overview of Inexpensive CAD Options for 3D Printing
We live in a great time, where we have not only affordable 3D printers but also many great CAD programs available for free, so you can easily design anything you…
This is a fun take on traditional education vs a more practical approach. I review the benefits of being with the Fab Academy program.