P&G Closer to Customizing Drug Tablets Thanks to 3D Printing
American multinational Procter and Gamble (P&G) is breaking ground in personalized medicine. Committed to delivering consumer-centric creations, researchers at the company’s Singapore Innovation Center (SgIC) have teamed up with the…
Robot Skin 3D Printer Close to First-in-Human Clinical Trials
In just two years a robotic device that prints a patient’s own skin cells directly onto a burn or wound could have its first-in-human clinical trials. The 3D bioprinting system…
LiDar and Its Applications Part 14 – Watershed and Stream Delineation
This is an article that focuses on interesting applications within LiDar and stream delineation. This field requires specific usages that differ from other applications of LiDar and 3D visualization.
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 7 – Precision Forestry
In this article, we talk about precision forestry and how we utilize LiDar to make intelligent decisions on the future growth of a forest.
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.
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…
Coding for 3D Part 1: An Introduction
Hello everyone! I am back with a new series of articles that I will be focusing on within the next month or so. I have gained a lot of inspiration…
The Diamond Project
This is an article that is briefly highlighting an idea that has some potential but it needs some guidance from seasoned business professionals.
What is Metrology Part 20 – Processing
This is a brief overview of the coding language Processing. It has great intersection within the 3D printing and image processing realms of knowledge.
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.
3D Printing & the Circular Economy Part 4: Anthroposphere
This is a brief introduction to other conversation and questions I am having as I do research for the circular economy. Some follow up articles will occur based on the questions raised.
3D Printing Interview with Bryan Crutchfield of Materialise
This is a brief interview with Bryan Crutchfield of Materialise. This interview is giving insight into their program oriented towards the medical industry and placing 3D printers within different settings.
Interview with Ganit Goldstein on Craft, Technology, Fashion & 3D Printing
This is an article on the rising talent of Ganit Goldstein. She is an innovative thinker and designer that is leveraging 3D Printing for her design ethos and language.
3D Printing Industry Experts Interview: Jeffrey DeGrange of Impossible Objects
This is a short interview with Jeffery DeGrange, the Chief Commercial Officer at Impossible Objects. He has a great amount of experience with the manufacturing sector and he gives good insight into what America is trying to do in order to address a skills gap with workers.
Industry Experts Interviews with Alessio Lorusso of Roboze
This is an indepth interview with Alessio Lorusso. He is the CEO and founder of Roboze. He has great insight on his organization as well as the additive manufacturing space as a whole.
Industry Experts Interview Naomi Kaempfer
Naomi Kaempfer Naomi Kaempfer is the Creative Director of Art, Fashion and Design for Stratasys. She has a wide background of experience within the 3D printing and fashion realm. Kaempfer…
Industry Experts Interviews: Aaron Trocola on 3D Printing Fashion & Wearable Tech
This is an interview done with Aaron Trocola. He is an industrial designer with expertise in 3D printed fashion. This article goes through some of the practicality laid within fashion and 3D printing as a whole.
3D Printing Reveals Nanostructures That Create Color in the Blue Tarantula
The search for new ways to create color is as old as mankind. The quest to create additions to the palette that would expand art and design beyond the whites,…
Technology Edges Out Unprepared Human Workers
It’s a common theme in conversations about the introduction of technologies into the workplace. Given the scarcity of quality employment, any news that technology is edging out its human counterparts…
3D Printed Exo360 VR Aerial Drone Prototype Lands at CE Week NYC
Trying to capture live events, especially with fast moving subjects, is often an exercise in futility. It’s impossible to get everything. And even with a small crew, you’ve only got…
Data Security in 3D Printing and Other Challenges for CIOs
Most people have had a nightmare at some point; a scene that places them in a public location having somehow forgotten to get dressed or struggling to make their way…
3D Bioprinting Takes Another Step Forward with Launch of First Living Cellular Bioink Kits
Sometimes it is difficult to tell the difference between news about advances in medicine and the plot for a B movie horror film. The latest developments related to bioprinting are…
GrabCAD Challenge Looking for the Next 3D Printed CubeSat
Okay Makers, start your engines! You’ve got until June 22 to submit an entry to the CubeSat Challenge for Aerospace Engineers and Students through GrabCAD. The CubeSat is the name…