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05132016 3D in Review "AndroidVR and we found Amir!"






Guest Crasher:  Amir, CEO of Sixense

3D Technology:

Mike - Suck a little air out of your life

Mike - Want to buy a house, but don’t have the money?  Try Indiegogo

3D in Design, Architecture & Engineering:

Mike - Interested in printinging your favorite video game character, machine or vehicle?  Try Gambody


3D in Medicine:

Mike - 3D Bone Printing

3D Scanner Darkly (3D scanning news):

Mike - Highschool student prints his insole based a scan of his foot and sets up a busines to do so for others 

Chris -Autodesk Memento Beta goes Commercial release May 2016. (new official name Autodesk® ReMake)

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

Mike - Poland is making VR headsets

Mike - NVIDIA announces Ansel and Nvidia 1080 & 1070 and new tablet?


Spelunking in the Tech Cave:

Mike - Fresnel lenses are VR’s best friend.

The Printwhisperer:

Chris -The instructions are also pretty B-. However, after putting the thing together its is BEAUTIFUL. It keeps my Taz5 isolated which is great for a whole bunch of reasons. 1- it makes the office quieter. 2- It keeps VOCs out of the my office air (at least some of them). 3- it looks proffesional and when clients walk in know I take this seriously. 4- most important it keeps the build envelope a consistent temp. My Nylon prints went from acceptable to excellent. No warping! Now I am loving this thing.


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