What is Metrology Part 24: Conclusion
This is the conclusion of our 25 part metrology series. It has lead to a lot of self analysis and future study due to curiosity.
What is Metrology Part 13: Object Recognition
This is an article focused on object recognition and how humans are doing such compared to computer systems. There is an attention to detail that humans have more then robots currently.
What is Metrology Part 12: 3D Reconstruction
In this article we are taking a closer look at 3D reconstruction. It is one of the many interesting fields to study under the lens of metrology and computer vision.
What is Metrology Part 9: Machine Vision
This is a short excerpt on machine vision and how it relates to 3 dimensional imaging and metrology.
Indian Startup Shapecrunch: An App to Let you Get Custom Fit 3D Printed Insoles
Insoles and orthotics generally are looking to be the next area where 3D printing will play a role. As with hearing aids and dental crowns a custom shape needed to…
Machine Learning and Metal 3D Printing Combine for Real-Time Process Monitoring Algorithm
The day is slowly coming when metal 3D printing will be widely considered as a reliable industrial manufacturing method, but there are still some issues to deal with before we…
UK Researchers Develop Method to Make 3D Facial Recreations Using a Single 2D Facial Image
The art of using 2D images to recover 3D facial geometry is known as 3D facial reconstruction, which has helped give long-dead historical figures a face and even identify murder…
Upgraded Aether 1 Beta Edition Will Help UniSA Pursue 3D Bioprinting Research in Contraception
In the spring of 2016, San Francisco-based Aether announced that its advanced Aether 1 3D bioprinter would soon be released. The company’s goal was to get the Aether 1 into the…
Authentise Computer Vision Service Announced — Computer Algorithms Monitor Your 3D Print
What’s the only thing worse than starting a multiple-hour 3D print job only to have the printer mess up eight hours into the project? How about when there are still several…