ORNL Scientists Make Fake Fish with 3D Printing and Sensors to Research Environmental Impact of Hydropower Dams
Hydropower – electricity generated with the energy of moving water – is the largest source of utility-scale energy storage and renewable energy in the US, making up 6% of the…
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 3 – Micro-Topography
Topographic Map Briefly in the previous article, I brought up a topic or domain that is vital for different LiDar applications. In college, I distinctly remember in some of my…
LiDar and its Applications Part 1 – The Rabbit Hole of Applications
LiDar Truly I get too excited talking about technology, and I hope it shows. Although technology is awesome, there always lies a need for it to have a function or…
Laser Scanning and Cultural Heritage
This is a quick intro to my discovery of laser scanning and metrology applied to the topic of culture heritage.
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.
3Dflow Computer Vision Software
This is a brief company analysis of 3Dflow as well as a promotion for their upcoming workshop in September.
3D Scanner Buying Guide 2017
3D scanning is no simple trick. I know it; I designed a full-body 3D scanning system for iMakr’s New York store in 2014, and though it wasn’t my first foray…
Scan Pyramids: International Research Team Attempts to See Inside the Pyramids with 3D Scanning and Other Technologies
One of Superman’s superpowers is his X-Ray vision, inspiring countless children with superhero aspirations to declare that they, too, can see through walls. Little did the children of my generation…