3D scanning objects by dipping them in water

New research has identified a novel way of 3D scanning objects by submerging them in water. The researchers based their method on Archimedes’ ancient principle of displacement. By measuring changes in water volume, the team can reconstruct the shape of 3D objects. In contrast to laser 3D scann...

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Posted on Jul 25, 2017

DiY LiDAR and Scandy 3D scanning as Sony set to unveil 3D face scanning at MWC

With news that Sony is set to unveil its latest 3D scanning smartphone technology at Mobile World Congress Shanghai this week, we take a look … 3D Printing Industry admin...

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Posted on Jun 29, 2017

The future of 3D scanning by Andrei Vakulenko of Artec 3D

Today, our thought leadership series looking at the future of 3D printing takes a detour with a look at another important part of the additive … 3D Printing Industry admin...

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Posted on Jun 26, 2017

3D Web Fest supports CODAME and brings 3D printing and scanning to San Francisco event

Artists working across a range of digital media, including 3D printing, will take part in the 3rd annual 3D Web Fest on Friday 30th June … 3D Printing Industry admin...

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Posted on Jun 19, 2017

KAIST 3D scanning drone intelligence captures a model of the Statue of Liberty in minutes

Professor Cho Sung-ho’s research team at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) has developed an algorithm that creates 3D models of large areas in a … 3D Printing Industry admin...

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Posted on Jun 15, 2017

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