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A plastic surgeon in Turkey is using 3D scanning and printing to create masks, in color, to show patients how they'll look after surgery.
The Virtual Curation Laboratory in Virginia is 3D scanning and 3D printing Civil War artifacts to offer a "touch tour" for blind visitors.
The State Library Queensland in Australia plans to recreate a rare and delicate Braille Globe using scanning and 3D printing technologies.
Autodesk's 123D Catch is an App for iOS, Android and Windows PC operating systems that can generate high-resolution 3D models using a series of photographs
Sony is launching the Xperia XZI smartphone, which includes a 3D scanning app called 3D Creator that allows you to capture reality in 3D.
Sculpteo and Sony announce a new partnership to 3D print objects and faces scanned with 3D Creator on the Sony Xperia XZ1 smartphone.
The Naturalis Biodiversity Center in the Netherlands used 3D scanning and printing to complete the third most complete T-Rex skeleton.
Jeff Cremer is a wildlife photographer who used a drone, a camera and modeling software to 3D print a replica of Christ of the Pacific.
View the Rosetta Stone in 3D from the comfort of your home, with a 3D scan based on 228 photographs taken by the British Museum in London.
University of Washington professor Adam Summers wants to create a library of 3D fish scans for research and 3D printing. #ScanAllFish
Israeli scientists use robot arm and ancient water measurement technique to accurately capture the 3D structure of complex objects.
All3DP was in attendance for the opening of Shining 3D's EMEA office. CEO Li Tao shares insight about 3D scanning and 3D printing products.
At a new exhibition in Sydney, Australia, 3D technology is used to uncover the secrets of the Ancient Mummy -- including causes of death.
Thanks to the wonders of 3D scanning and printing, you'll soon be able to buy a perfect replica of your favorite item from the British Museum.
The MIT Camera Culture group uses just $150 worth of scanning equipment to capture a high-resolution 3D scan of a Tyrannosaurus rex skull.