I made a 3d body scanner for my final last year at school. I just took it to SIGGRAPH 2013 in Anaheim, CA. Everyone really liked it. I can scan you in 3d and then print you out with a 3d printer. You get a action figure of yourself!
This panel brings together talented designers Todd Blatt, Kacie Hultgren, Tony Buser, Matt Stultz and Fred Kahl - all featured in Matthew Griffin's upcoming book "Design and Modeling for 3D Printing;" (Early Release, Sept 2013). Each will share about their design practice -- how they got started, how they develop their work, what new tools and techniques they are picking up -- as well as opportunities to learn more about their design work elsewhere at this year's Faire. Moderator Griffin will also share leads for other breaking 3D-related design and printing technology attendees can check out.
Afinia sells the award-winning H-Series Desktop 3D Printer, which was named by Make Magazine as "Best Overall Experience", "Easiest To Set Up" and "Easiest To Use". The Afinia has an industry-leading 1-year warranty and real, live, honest-to-goodness telephone support.
The Augmented Carousel is an ongoing collaboration with Mike Richison, Marina Vujnovic, and Ed Johnston. Using marker-based, augmented reality, people can now experience the Asbury Park Carousel anywhere on a mobile device.
Autodesk 123D is free software integrated with content and fabrication services. At Maker Faire NY Autodesk will be hosting a hands on makerspace where participants can have hands on experiences with our free apps and 3d printers. We also will be hosting an educational hack-a-thon where educators will be answering the question ""How do you use a 3D printer in your classroom?
Deezmaker manufactures the popular and robust Bukobot 3D Printer and Bukito Portable 3D Printer starting at $699. We pride ourselves in making quality products. We were the first walk-in retail 3D printer store and hackerspace on the west coast providing 3D printers, 3D printing services, classes and 3D printing supplies to the Los Angeles area.
"Design and Modeling for 3D Printing" (Early Release, Sept 2013), Matthew Griffin's maker-focused guide to design for 3D printing, draws from interviews and collaborations with a wide sampling of the desktop 3D printing community as well as artisans from related disciplines. By offering background, practical projects, techniques, pro tips, and a program for self-guided training, this book will help makers "go native" in 3D and get more out of current and future tools and technologies. Picking up on highlights from the Early Release edition, this talk grants a sneak preview into Griffin's upcoming Make: Book.
I will be presenting a large scale 3D printer that is able to make objects that are roughly 4'-0" x 4'-0" x 5'-0". I will have large scale prints that I have made as examples of what the printer is able to do.
We are a small start-up and developing an application for 3D modeling that is easy to learn and intuitive to use. We have an open source portion to our code and a Software Developers Kit and we would like to present its availability. rnrnNot a sales presentation and willing to review my presentation beforehand with the maker fair coordinators for appropriateness.
Kraftwurx provides a platform that empowers everyone to create, showcase, buy and sell personalized products with 3D printing. We envision a world where the power to create and manufacture is placed in the hands of everyday people.
Looking Glass preserves your dreams in a block of glass. Extinct animals, your head, a miniature version of your boyfriend, MC Escher renderings, dioramas of the future - in full photo-quality color, in walk-around 3D.
Sixense will present MakeVR - a radically fun, easy and powerful way to model objects for 3D print and other uses. MakeVR uses a two-handed interface built around high precision motion tracking technology that allows makers to create very simple and very complex objects with natural hand motions. With MakeVR, you can reach into the creative environment to manipulate shapes, objects and tools. Our talk will demonstrate how we've brought fun to 3D software to let makers build objects ready for print in less time than it takes to complete an introduction class for other modeling products.
For the last year I've been working on a project where we use laser scanning to get the 3D details of industrial revolution era steam locomotives and rolling stock. We then 3D print this data to form kits.