3D scanning with Einscan

I mentioned this new 3D scanning available in the 3D workshop briefly in my weekly summary post, but I thought I should probably do a separate post for it, as it is a really exciting piece of kit that I have learnt to use. The Einscan is a piece of kit and accompanying software for […]

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3D Printing iPad Scan

The scans using the iPad didn’t pick up much detail, but captured the shape of the bone quite well- I then used Meshmixer to try and get rid of the pen I used to prop up the bone, which was harder than I expected- cutting it off was the easy part, but I struggled to […]

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3D scanning photogrammetry

  The set up for photogrammetry is the same as for scanning with an iPad, as you can see from the set up photos above. Much like the iPad you need to capture a full 360 of the object you are scanning, however the process takes longer, and is harder to get right. You have […]

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3D Scanning using iPad 14/01/19

This video is of the Digital Media Technician Adamina demonstrating how to use the 3D scanning software and piece of kit for an iPad. This is one of the more basic 3D scanning techniques available, and as you can see the scan hasn’t picked up the details of the bone, only the rough shapes. The […]

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Vectors: 60 Years of Digital Art Practice, Dr. Nick Lambert 06/12/19

“Art of the Electronic Age“- book started back in the late 90’s researching digital art and its origins Frank Popper Cold war period and how types of computer developed during this period CACHE Project Archive Computer Art Society John Lansdown using computers for architecture, performance, animation, ect the transference from computers being large and only […]

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