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NVIDIA researchers have developed a new inverse rendering pipeline, NVIDIA 3D MoMa, that allows users to reconstruct a series of still photos into a 3D computer model of an object, or even a scene. The key benefit of this workflow, compared to more traditional photogrammetry methods, is its ability to output clean 3D models capable of being imported and edited out-of-the-box by 3D gaming and visu

Image credit: Micael WidellOne of macro photographer Micael Widell's subscribers, Nicholas Sherlock, sent Widell an awesome microscope lens and 3D-printed adapter. Sherlock, a macro photography enthusiast, created a microscope adapter for up to 4x macro photography on Sony E/FE, Canon EF/EF-S, Nikon F and M42 cameras.With the adapter, you can attach an AmScope 4x Plan Achromatic Objective Lens wi
DJI has announced it’s joining the L-mount alliance, making it the fifth member of the partnership that consists of Leica, Leitz Cine, Panasonic and Sigma.The L-mount alliance’s self-proclaimed goal is ‘is to provide photographers with one unified lens mount standard […] to combine lenses and cameras made by the [five] Alliance partners. While not an open alliance, DJI has met the conditions set
3D printing typically involves depositing layers of molten plastic, laser-melting powdered metal, or using UV light to harden gelatinous resin. A new technique takes yet another approach, however, by utilizing sound waves.Continue ReadingCategory: 3D Printing, TechnologyTags: Ultrasound, Concordia University
Mapping the inside of cramped, difficult-to-reach areas can be helpful to people such as plant operators, but drones flown in such places could easily crash. The LiDAR- and cage-equipped Elios 3 quadcopter was designed with that challenge in mind.Continue ReadingCategory: Drones, TechnologyTags: Mapping, LIDAR, Quadcopter
Vitamin D deficiency is a growing health issue, but very few foods are rich in the nutrient. To help combat the problem, scientists have now used CRISPR gene editing to fortify tomatoes with vitamin D.Continue ReadingCategory: ScienceTags: Plants, Food, Crops, Genetic engineering, CRISPR, Nutrition, Nutritional, John Innes Centre
When most people think of 3D printing, they think of fused deposition modelling (FDM), wherein an object is built up in successive layers of molten thermoplastic. A new computer system is able to tweak that process, in order to build structurally stronger items.Continue ReadingCategory: 3D Printing, TechnologyTags: Thermoplastic
A team of Dutch scientists has taken on the grueling task of designing the perfect piece of chocolate, using novel 3D printing techniques to create designs that shatter in the most pleasurable way when bitten. Clearly, extensive testing is required.Continue ReadingCategory: 3D Printing, TechnologyTags: Chocolate, Food, 3D Printing, University of Amsterdam
the 3D printed lattice structure can efficiently adapt to a wide range of riding positions and user body types. The post fizik’s new 3D printed lattice saddle optimizes comfort and performance appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine. is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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