LiDar and Its Applications Part 12 – Glacier Volume Changes
This is a brief article on the importance of our glaciers. We can utilize LiDar and 3D data to understand the degradation of our glaciers. How do we improve our current situation?
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.
This is a fun take on traditional education vs a more practical approach. I review the benefits of being with the Fab Academy program.
LiDar and its Applications Part 2 – Digital Elevation Modeling
This is a quick note on the basis of LiDar technology and Digital Elevation Analysis. It is the basis for various studies and industries.
What is Metrology Part 21 – Getting Started with Processing
This is a brief explanation of some basic concepts in Processing. It is important to lay down the foundation before one moves to the 3D realm.
What is Metrology Part 10: Certification
In this article, we are discussing the viability of certifications and how this is especially of new importance within the metrology field.
Interview with Anders Olsson about the Olsson Ruby and Olsson Torque Wrench at the TCT Show
Anders Olsson is an all-round great person and a boon to the 3D printing community. His Olsson block gave us easy to exchange nozzles, with the Olsson Ruby we got…
Two-thirds of Top 100 Manufacturing Companies Already Use 3D Printing Says PWC Survey
Whether experimenting, prototyping, or producing final products, manufacturers are jumping ever faster into the world of 3D printing. By 2013, more leading manufacturing companies than not were using 3D printing…
Designer Creates Seven 3D Printed Heels Representing the Seven Deadly Sin
Shoe shopping can be regarded as a fairly widespread sin for many women around the globe. Well, a sinful pleasure, to be exact. “Just this one pair and that’s it!”,…