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3D in Review for 10/3 - 10/9, 2015 “Who Can Afford Hololens?”

10-09-2015

Guest Crasher: Jonathan Schipper - Gemsense:  9-axis motion, Bluetooth controlled wearable.

3D Fabrication

Mike - “Elevan” by ISG3D new large bed under $1500 FDM printer on Kickstarter.

Chris - Makerbot lays off another 20% of its workforce.

3D in Design, Architecture & Engineering:

Mike - China again unveils the world’s largest 3D printer

Chris -Rock Print: A zero-waste 3D-printed structure made only of rock and thread

3D in Medicine:

Mike - Four year old saved by 3D printing

3D Scanner Darkly (3D scanning news):

Mike - Intel R200 Developer kit is here (actually I lost it for a week) and the latest HP Surface Pro like tablet called the HP Spectre x2 also includes the same sensor built right into the back.

Chris -Portable 3D scanning with Eora 3D

VR Corner, in a Round Room (Interactive 3D):

Mike - Real Actors, Virtual Movies.  The quest to create multi-axis, multi-positional Movies -- Uncorporeal

Chris -Microsoft promises its $3K HoloLens dev kit for Q1 2016

Spelunking in the Tech Cave:

Mike - NEODiVR “Loupe” is here!  Meet NEODiVR Jr. and my plans for Kickstarter.

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