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    1. 10 hours ago

      The potential security of home manufacture

      ...design options, finance and marketing are all available to individuals at costs very similar to those of large companies. 3D printing, CNC milling and similar innovations mean an increasing number of products can actually be manufactured from the desktop...

    2. 23 hours ago

      Facial reconstruction: interview with a forensic pioneer

      ...she led from 2000 to 2005, she developed a 3D computerised facial reconstruction system. “Advances in 3D digital art and animation, and advances in...skeleton, giving us templates to use. And in 3D digital space we can create faces and animate them...Hester Lacey

    3. 23 hours ago

      Police forensics: the inside story

      ...current week-long wait to a one or two-day service. Thanks to new software, crime scene photographs can be mapped on to a 3D reconstruction of the relevant house or building, allowing investigators and juries to retrace events as they happened. The growing...Helen Warrell

    1. January 29, 2015

      Excerpt: 3D Printing Anything, Anywhere

      ...Volume 3. Compton, B. G., Lewis, J. A. (2014). 3D-Printing of Lightweight Cellular Composites. Advanced Materials...2013, March 13). Digital fabrication is so much more than 3D printing. Wired.Co.Uk. Retrieved August 20, 2014, from...

    2. January 29, 2015

      Chinese orders boost Renishaw profit forecast

      ...Chinese manufacturers looking to automate production. The FTSE 250 company, which makes precision measuring equipment as well as 3D metal printing machines, said on Thursday that pre-tax profit more than doubled to £56.6m in the six months ending 31 December...Tanya Powley, Manufacturing Correspondent

    3. January 27, 2015

      Amsterdam: a modern-day refuge for the start-up crowd

      ...as the country’s digital envoy. Gaming, 3D printing and financial technology are particularly...and is expanding across Asia and the US. Both 3D Hubs and Shapeways are trying to make 3D mainstream. 3D Hubs connects owners of 3D printers...Sally Davies

    4. January 27, 2015

      Road scanners to find future potholes developed by UK researchers

      ...potholes to be detected up to three years before they form. A so-called computer vision algorithm analyses data from 2D and 3D sensors strapped to the front of a van which scans roads looking for signs of “ravelling” — the loss of aggregates from...Andy Sharman, Motor Industry Correspondent

    5. January 26, 2015

      Virtual reality goes to the movies

      ...it hits the spot where the viewer is standing. “Even with 3D and Imax, cinema has traditionally put a rectangle in front of you...Cardboard devices will also be given away to allow people to watch the 3D shorts on their own smartphones. “The next few decades of...Tim Bradshaw in San Francisco

    6. FT Tech Hub

      January 26, 2015

      Oculus CEO on its new VR filmmaking venture Story Studio and Microsoft’s HoloLens

      ...begin,” he said. “So we put together this internal group.” Several companies are already exploring live-action, 3D video VR, such as Vice News’ report from last month’s Millions March or the Sundance short Kaiju Fury, which uses 360...Tim Bradshaw

    7. January 26, 2015

      Aveva warns oil price plunge will hit revenues

      ...and mobile products including Everything 3D — a mobile-enabled modelling system to...to benefit from the growth of Everything 3D, as well as the potential to expand from...commitment to move towards the Everything 3D, Mr Longdon said.Sally Davies

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