This is the podcast where Chris Kopack and Mike Balzer talk about what is going on in the 3D industry with guests from around the world who are making their mark in this new frontier.
After a few bold assumption from CrunchTech and a leak (and cover up) in the Epic UDK 4.12 , preview, is Google poised to unleash their own standalone VR device? And we found Amir, who joins us today.
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In this episode we talk about Magic leap, Hololens, NewPro 3D, Samsung, Unreal...
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In this episode we have the "Great Fredini" aka Fred Kahl filling in for Chris this Friday to talk about some of Fred's favorites, his trip to Google and of course the "3D" news, which one of news items and our theme for this week, is talking about...
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In this episode we look at Orbec, Tiny Boy and Gest as well as updates from Mike on NEODIVR and "Graveyard"
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In this episode Mike talks about his experience with the Mattel View-Master and wondering how many children have an IPD (Interocular Pupil Distance) of 60 mm and how easy it was to buy extra VR goodies in-app. Plus we look back our 2-year anniversary rou
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In the interview with the Movers & Shakers in the 3D realm, we talk to the engineer behind 'eora 3D', and revolutionary concept in mobile high resolution laser scanning.
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In this episode we talk about the Microsoft's announcement of the $3000 HoloLens developer kit, A new HP surface like tablet with the Intel Realsense R200, Mike's faux unboxing of the R200 as well as another Big Ass 3D printer on Kickstarter
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Thanks to Ruslan's fantastic 3D art and NEODiVR, you can find out what is like to be Van Gough.
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In this interview with the "Movers & Shakers in the 3D Realm" we talk to John and Aaron of 3DPrinterOS
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In this episode we talk about about how the 3D process (printing, scanning, and imagery) has changed the way we view world issues. Along with our "Guest Crasher" Joe Dunne from OnShape to share a little insight into all the great features being introdu
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In this episode Mike talks about his TEDx adventure in Spain, the young bright & dedicated volunteers behind it, and one of my fellow speakers who single handily has changed the use of bio activated prosthetics. Also, an unboxing of the Ultimaker-2-Go
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In this episode we talk about Autodesk's new updates to Fusion 360, news about Carbon3D with Ford & Legacy Effects, Simplify3D & itSeez3D 3.0 update and Mike's thoughts on using them and James' success in printing ball bearings.
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In this episode we cover 3D Systems announcement of iSense iPhone 6 support, otoy's "Render the Metaverse" contest, why TechRepublic thinks 3D printers suck, Amir's (Sixense) hollow plea for patience to its backers on Kickstarter
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In this episode Mike will attempt to talk about his MedXMaker and MakerFaire adventure between coughs
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In this episode we look at the ground breaking light capturing process that will bring the holodeck to VR. A VR tribute to Vincent Van Gogh.
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3D in Review
Please join us for a virtual 3D meal every Friday at 9:30 a.m. PST via Google Hangouts On Air and find out what happened that week in 3D technology, new projects and stuff Mike or Chris are working on, along with a special "Guest Crasher" for the week.
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