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Announcing Open 3D Engine (O3DE)

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This is big news not just for the gaming industry, but for any industry that can benefit from 3D modeling, 3D simulation, 3D planning/design. Amazon has shifted its Lumberyard game engine to open source. For more see: For more see : Amazon Web Services aka AWS.

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Adobe Wants To Make 3D An (Augmented) Reality

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Adobe is doubling down on its 3D support, betting that the format will power more omnichannel experiences in the years to come. Adobe’s vision for 3D is in line with soon-to-be-published research that Ryan Skinner and I wrote. And they’re right.

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What Is 3D Printing? Working, Software, and Applications

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3D printing uses digital files to create solid objects by placing sequential material layers. The post What Is 3D Printing? Working, Software, and Applications appeared first on Spiceworks.

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There’s A Role For 3D Printing In Your Manufacturing Operations

Forrester IT

3D printing (or additive manufacturing) is not just for prototypes and low-quality models. In a new report and webinar, we look at the areas where 3D printing already delivers real value.

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Researchers construct 3D scenes using reflections from eyes

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Using a camera to capture a sequence of eye images along with recent advancements in 3D vision and graphics, the team was able to reconstruct a 3D scene of what an. Researchers from the University of Maryland have developed a system that essentially turns the human eye into a mirror. Read Entire Article

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How Carbon Redefined Customer Service In 3D Printing

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We recently published a case study about Carbon, a 3D printing company known for its innovative technology and, now, its proactive customer service model. Over the course of several months, we spoke with the Carbon team and asked them how they use IoT data that stream from its printers to predict customers’ problems before they […].

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An experimental 3D printer will melt steel to create new objects. in space

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In a historic development, the ISS is now equipped with a 3D printer capable of theoretically shaping new objects by melting stainless-steel wire. This experimental printer, designed by Airbus and ESA, serves as a means to test and address the technical challenges associated with metal 3D printing in space. Read Entire Article

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