Tatjana Dzambazova, Product Manager at Autodesk, discusses the future of storytelling at B3D Design Conference in Toronto. Through a process called photogrammetry, regular photographs can be combined to form realistic 3D models of the world. Tatjana presents a video from the Future of Storytelling conference in NYC predicting the entire world will soon be 3D modelled, across time, to create archives for future generations to view and explore.
A New Approach to 3D Printing Removes the Limitations of Gravity
The potential for 3D printing to revolutionize manufacturing is astounding—if the technology can overcome a few limitations. Researchers at MIT’s Self-Assembly Lab have come up with a novel way to both speed up the 3D printing process, and free it from the restrictions imposed by gravity.
Boeing uses first FAA-approved 3D-printed parts for the 787
Boeing expects to shave $2 to $3 million off each 787 Dreamliner's manufacturing costs by 2018, thanks to 3D-printed titanium. The company has teamed up with No...