Autodesk Research Collaborates with Dartmouth College to Design and 3D Print Free-Form Wind Instruments

Like many junior high school students, I opted to choose an instrument to study and play in the school’s musical ensemble, or band, though I had a college professor who…

Smoke, Spin, Gallop & Go in 3D Print with Autodesk’s New ChronoFab Modeling Tool

Despite all its wonder and magic, 3D technology so far has only allowed us to produce models in static form. And while often our prints may be part of a…

Autodesk Research: Update Legacy Devices Yourself via Easy 3D Modeling & 3D Printing with RetroFab

The key to a successful relationship is working together and offering good communication. That’s also often generally the antidote for what ails many a suffering human partnership, but what about all that time…

Autodesk Moves to MaRS–New Location in Toronto’s MaRS Discovery District

The MaRS Discovery District in Ontario, Canada is one of the largest technology, medical and science innovation hubs in the world. Founded as a non-profit back in 2000, MaRS is…

MIT Researchers Create ‘Fab Forms’ – Software That May Make 3D Modeling & Printing Easy for All

I must admit that, while I have been covering the 3D printing space for nearly two years now, and have had an interest in the technology long before that, when…

LLNL Teams with Autodesk for Next-Generation 3D Printed Helmet Project

Teams of researchers from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) and Autodesk have signed an agreement which will see them begin work on exploring ways design software can be used to…

‘Tactum’ By MadLabs — Create 3D Printable Designs Using The Human Body As The Interface

Madeline Gannon is a researcher, designer, and educator at Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Architecture where she’s completing work as a PhD candidate in Computational Design. She’s also the principal…


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