A 3D Printed Prosthesis Helps a Brazilian Mother Recover her “Missing Piece”
Denise Vicentin is a 52-year-old Brazilian mother who lost her right eye due to skin cancer in 2010, which also left her with a gaping hole in her face and…
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 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 16: Introductory Coding
This is a step into the world of coding and how it affects image processing. This interactive coding project helps to reinforce knowledge we have previously explored as well as new ways for us to get involved in learning more.
Virginia Tech Researchers Introduce 3D Printing Device that Creates Using Crowdsourced Data
There are many people who still think that 3D printing must surely resemble the replicator machines from Star Trek – just tell the system what you want (tea, Earl Grey,…
Interview with Rodrigo Salazar Gamarra on 3D Printed Facial Prostheses
Every year there are more than 550,000 cases of head and neck cancer worldwide, with over 300,000 deaths each year. Even though surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy are at the heart…
Using Artificial Intelligence to Measure 3D Printed Materials
The aerospace, automotive and medical industries in particular are abandoning traditional stylus-based contact methods for controlling their processes and performing dimensional quality control on their products, and are instead choosing…
A New 3D Scanning Technology is now Live on Kickstarter Scoobe3D
Scoobe3D is a novel 3D Scanning technology that is now available on Kickstarter. Scoobe3D aims to make 3D scanning and easy to use technology that can let anyone get accurate…
3Dcopysystems Introduces Its Big ALICE Full Body 3D Scanner to the New York Fashion Industry
There are some companies, like Twindom, that believe every person in the world will someday have a 3D model of themselves that they can use as part of a digital identity….