Der Internetriese Google LLC schloss sich kürzlich mit der gemeinnützigen Organisation CyArk zusammen, um im Rahmen des Projekts Open Heritage archäologische Bauten digital mit Hilfe der 3D-Laser-Scanning-Technologie LiDAR festzuhalten und teils wiederherzustellen. 3D-Druck tauchte die letzten Jahre über in den unterschiedlichsten Bereichen auf. Auch in Kunst und Kultur schlichen sich diese Technologien nach und nach […]
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Researchers at the University of St Andrews in Scotland have discovered two new techniques for creating 3D images of internal, biological tissues. The non-invasive 3D scanning methods go deeper into tissue than ever before, and are capable of collecting a complete 3D image without rotating or taking multiple images of a specimen. The technology has many […]
A new 3D scanner in development from New Zealand company MARS Bio-Imaging has the potential to change the way diseases are diagnosed. Developed in a joint project with the University of Canterbury, the device can capture high-resolution color images, w…
Curious what’s inside your Easter chocolate? Scientists at the UK’s University of Manchester have used X-Ray Computer Tomography to scan a chocolate Easter bunny, an Easter egg, a Toblerone, a Crème Egg, a Kit Kat, Maltesers, Ferrero Rocher, and a Double Decker bar.
3D scanning technologies are revealing all sorts of things this week: from shocking mummy discoveries, to the inside of a 700-year-old well in Scotland, to a newly uncovered Bronze Age site on Ramsey Island in Wales. Let’s see how 3D scanning and modeling have made these discoveries possible.
3D scanning specialist Artec 3D has announced its latest product: the Artec Ray, a no-targets-required 3D laser scanner fit for a range of applications including reverse engineering, product design, digital preservation of historic sites, and more.
Taxonomists are using 3D microCT (Micro computed tomography) 3D scanners to capture and publish 3D models of hermit crabs. These models, which can also be 3D printed, are helping taxonomists share information and recognize when they discover a new spec…
A team in Spain has used state-of-the-art 3D mapping technologies to create an expansive and highly detailed 3D scan of a lava tube. According to the European Space Agency (ESA), it is the largest 3D scan of a lava tube in existence.
Blade Runner 2049, the sequel to Ridley Scott’s heralded Blade Runner (1982), is nominated for Best Visual Effects at the upcoming Academy Awards. And rightfully so: from the film’s stunning colors to the dystopian architectural landscape, the film is a cinematic marvel.
In her project ‘Ritual of Habits,’ artist Rosalie Yu explores her relationship with sugar by digitally capturing all the sweets and desserts she has eaten, transforming them into a virtual reality experience and a 3D printed installation.