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25/10 12:27 | POSTED IN Serious Gaming

3D Serious Gaming Used for In-House Training

Stimulating employees as part of critical training operations is a never-ending endeavor for employers, which explains why 3D serious gaming and 3D training simulations are becoming increasingly important for in-house training. That's right, companies must always be on the lookout for new training methods that will bring their human resources to...

24/10 8:30 | POSTED IN 3D Printing

3D Printing Part of 2013’s Emerging Technologies to Hit Mainstream

The Consumers Electronics Association (CEA) has released its "Five Technology Trends to Watch" publication, unveiling a list that includes, among others, 3D printing as part of the emerging technologies that will hit mainstream in 2013. Apart from 3D printing, which is atop the roster, you have out there next-generation...

23/10 10:01 | POSTED IN 3D Scanning

3D Scanning Used for Lower Radiation Levels

The applications of 3D scanning are limitless and it has been discovered that it could be used towards lower radiation levels in breast examinations. Indeed, a team of physicists, mathematicians and radiologists came up with the idea of a computed tomography (CT) scan that uses 3D scanning in order...

22/10 12:57 | POSTED IN Forensics

3D Forensics and 3D Blood Spatter Analysis in University’s Curriculum

No, it's not an episode of America's favorite serial killer Dexter but 3D forensics and 3D blood spatter analysis will be taught as part of the University of Toronto's curriculum. The course titled "Introduction to 3D Crime Scene Mapping and Reconstruction" will be the coming attraction in this year's...

22/10 8:28 | POSTED IN 3D Scanning

3D Scanner used for Reconstruction of Scene of Accident

In the United Kingdom, North Yorkshire Police have procured a 3D scanner for the reconstruction of various scenes of accidents. This brand new purchase allows the police department to collect information on site that can be subsequently used in other cases. Not only is the 3D scanner effective in gathering...

22/10 8:19 | POSTED IN 3D Printing

Wiki Weapon Project Temporarily Gunned Down

In the wake of one of our previous tickets (Patriotics Develop Free Gun to be 3D-Printed), Defense Distributed's Wiki Weapon project was temporarily gunned down after the 3D printer that had been leased to them by Stratasys got called back following concerns over the alleged objective of the group....

19/10 7:58 | POSTED IN 3D Scanning

AutoDesk Releases 3D Scanner App

AutoDesk, a 3D design and engineering software company, has released an app which allows using your iPhone as a 3D scanner. Although it was once accessible only to a limited few, 3D scanning is definitely becoming more and more mainstream. Indeed, if you have an iPhone or even an iPad...

18/10 12:37 | POSTED IN 3D Printing, 3D Scanning

3D Design Piracy Coming your Way

No, you haven't misread, it is really true, 3D design piracy is coming your way! After mp3 files and movies, we are apparently waiting for a new epidemic in the world of 3D printers. As a result, the main characteristic defining the usefulness of 3D printing may even be...

17/10 14:25 | POSTED IN Mobile

3D Modeling at the Service of Mobile Malware

Thanks to 3D modeling and mobile malware, it might not be long before someone can actually break into your home without even being on the premises. Indeed, not only can you have someone steal information from your mobile phone for identity theft purposes, but the US Naval Surface Warfare...

16/10 7:37 | POSTED IN 3D Scanning

Scanning Device Provides 3D Image of Patients’ Insides

Amazingly enough and sooner than we could think, doctors could end up using a stunning 3D scanning device that would provide images of patients' insides. This would totally change the way medicine is practiced thanks to the world of 3D scanning. Indeed, using optical coherence tomography, a near-infrared light...