Kinect Body Scanner

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Creating full body scans using the Kinect or other depth cameras is well worn territory, however after attending the Inside 3D Printing Expo earlier this year, and trying out The Great Fredini’s fine 3D scanning booth, we decided to build

Controlling Light with 3d printed light pipes

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Disney Research began developing the technology to 3d print curved display surfaces using a special translucent filament for embedded fiber optic like strands. Curved 3d optic displays can both display information and sense touch. See the video below from Disney:

Beats Space 3D Leap demo

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Beats Space 3D is a gestural and spatial drumkit using the Leap and 3D stereoscopic visuals. Players can create their own drum pads by drawing basic geometries with their fingers, each recognized shape represents a different sound and visual element,

2013 oh so gestural!

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some years ago Oblong amazed the whole world with their Minority Report style interactions – actually Oblong’s founder John Underkoffler consulted for the movie interaction and digital technology (have you seen his talk at TED Conference?). NOt much further in

How to Record 3D in 3D

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The other day we were playing with our Labs new Passive LG 3D TV and our 3D video Camera (Sony HDR-T10) and I wondered “Can we record 3D in 3D?”. So we took a pair of Real3D glasses taken home

Creating content for 3D TVs – Using Blender and Flash

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We have been experimenting with creating 3D content for our new 65″ LG Passive 3D TV. It’s easier than you might think.

3D TV turn around coming soon

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While 3DTV originally seemed to flop in the market place, things are starting to slowly heat up.

5 reasons WebGL will be a huge deal

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What’s WebGL? It’s a new feature of some HTML5 enabled browsers to display 3D imagery, animation and even games.

3D Everything and backlash of a new dimension

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Over the last 2-3 years we have seen the enormous rise of 3D movies. The move to 3D has driven movie grosses into the stratosphere, as 3D adds 3 to 4 dollars to the average movie ticket. While one can