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3D printing is one of the hottest sectors in technology. It enables users to fabricate personal and scientific objects like never before. But before fabricating, users must create a 3D model built digitally using 3D CAD or acquired from the real world using 3D scanning, photogrammetry or drones. We have been working with 3D models and supporting advanced research in this area for more than a decade – well before 3D printers were mainstream. This session will detail the equipment and workflows available to the IU community to enable 3D scanning and printing. In this session we will explore photogrammetry as it relates to the creation of 3D models of real world objects. 

Remote Access to this workshop: This presentation will be broadcast live via Zoom. View and listen at https://iu.zoom.us/my/cyberdh

(Instructions: At IU, what is Zoom, and how do I know how to use it? [UITS KB]; or, How do I join a Zoom meeting? )

Meeting ID number if joining by phone or video conference: 637 999 2258

Presented by Jeff Rogers & Tassie Gniady
Date:
Friday, October 19, 2018
Time:
12:00pm - 1:30pm
Location:
Scholars' Commons IQ-Wall (E157H)
Categories:
Digital Scholarship Lab

Event Organizer

Alyssa Denneler