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Israeli scientists create a robot arm that can accurately capture the 3D structure of complex objects by lowering them into a vat of water.
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Joint Mitnor cave in the UK, ransacked by thieves two years ago, is reopening with the stolen fossils replaced by 3D printed duplicates.
Take a VR tour of a display at the UK Government Art Collection, the result of a collaboration with the Cultural Heritage team at Sketchfab.
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.
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.
Soccer player Robert Lewandowski is scanned and printed as 10 feet tall statue, potentially breaks records for tallest 3D printed object.
All3DP was in attendance for the opening of Shining 3D’s EMEA office. CEO Li Tao shares insight about new 3D scanning and 3D printing products.
Facing retirement, 3D scanning and printing is used to rescue a 103-year-old Delage Type-S grand prix car from the great junkyard in the sky.
Preserving Culture with 3D Scanning
Shining 3D Supports MyMiniFactory’s “Scan the World” Digital Museum
MyMiniFactory’s Scan the World collection claims to be the World’s largest 3D printable museum. It is now officially supported by Shining 3D, the global tech company.
Students at the University of South Florida can take a Digital Dinosaurs class, teaching them about both 3D technology and the past.
Threeding and Artec 3D teaming up to digitize one of the biggest paleontology collections in Europe with 3D scanning and printing.
3D scanning and 3D printing is used to resurrect a Tetrapod named Tiny, a 350 million year old fossil discovered inside a rock in Scotland.
At a new exhibition in Sydney, Australia, 3D technology is used to uncover the secrets of the Ancient Mummy — including causes of death.
The LyfieEye is a plug-in 360-degree camera for your smartphone from startup eCapture, who also promise 3D scanning in a future update.