How To Make a $30 DIY 3D Scanner. As the cost of 3D printers continues to drop, our Designer of the Month Daveyclk aspires to lower the cost of 3D scanning as well!
His design can be made for around $30 and makes use of a cell phone camera. What is Photogrammetry? Photogrammetry is the science of obtaining measurements from photographs, especially for recovering the exact positions of surface points. It can also be used to recover the motion pathways of designated reference points on any moving object, on its components, and in the immediately adjacent environment. In short, it gives the ability to create a 3D mesh from multiple photographs by comparing similarities between the images and triangulating them in 3D space. More information on photogrammetry can be found here. Why did I create the turntable? The inspiration for this design came from a simple desire to create easy consistent 3D geometry, I wanted to remove human error and wobble! Simple!
Hackerspace. TRANSFORM - Amazing Technology Invented By MIT. Lasercut. Tangible Media Group. TRANSFORM fuses technology and design to celebrate its transformation from a piece of still furniture to a dynamic machine driven by the stream of data and energy.
Created by Professor Hiroshi Ishii and the Tangible Media Group from the MIT Media Lab, TRANSFORM aims to inspire viewers with unexpected transformations, as well as the aesthetics of the complex machine in motion. TRANSFORM was first exhibited in LEXUS DESIGN AMAZING 2014 MILAN in April 2014. The work is comprised of three dynamic shape displays that move more than one thousand pins up and down in realtime to transform the tabletop into a dynamic tangible display. The kinetic energy of the viewers, captured by a sensor, drives the wave motion represented by the dynamic pins. The motion design is inspired by the dynamic interactions among wind, water and sand in nature, Escher’s representations of perpetual motion, and the attributes of sand castles built at the seashore. Download PDF (7.8MB) ContributorsMIT Media Lab. Dave Hakkens - Markus Kayser - Solar Sinter Project. Autodesk 123D - Free 3D Modeling Software, 3D Models, DIY Projects, Personal Fabrication Tools.
Form 2013 # 247, p.102 103 marterial research. Seminar digitaal printen op textiel. DE MAKERS. Orchids. Learn more. At Wevolver, you’ll find inspiring projects such as, the 3D printer Ultimaker, the open source sailing robot Protei and InMoov, the humanoid robot.
You can learn about new technology, access project blueprints and be part of the fast growing open hardware movement. Developing open source technology often involves multiple fields of expertise, from industrial design to electronic and mechanical engineering. To help make that collaboration as simple as possible, Wevolver enables you to share the documentation of your project, reach a broad audience and work with other makers from various backgrounds. Digital making for wildlife. 3d scan anything using just a camera - All. If you haven't been living under a rock for the last few years you have probably heard all the cool stuff that is going on with 3d printing.
We are now capable of printing almost anything provided we have a 3d model to work from. There are many ways to make a 3d model, but one of the coolest is to 3d scan an existing object. With a 3d scan and the right printer you can reproduce any object at any size from a house to an earring. You can also use the scan as a starting point for a new creation. Think of everything you can do with a picture in Photoshop. The most amazing thing about 3d scanning is that you probably already own the best tool there is for it. Throughout this instructable you will find embedded 3d scans which you can explore thanks to our friends at Sketchfab. If you want to learn more about 3d scanning and printing be sure to check out my podcast "3d Printing Today". Webmaker/Teach/Terminology. Terms we use on Webmaker.org Web Literacy Web Literacy is a subset of Digital Literacy skills focusing on the World Wide Web.
The Web Literacy Map is a flexible specification of the skills and competencies that Mozilla and our community of stakeholders believe are important to pay attention to when getting better at reading, writing and participating on the web. Kit A kit is a modular collection of activities and/or resources at Webmaker.org. We can add modifiers for clarity: Teaching Kit: a collection for how to teach a web literacy competency or competencies Event Kit User Testing Kit Codesign Kit etc.
Activity. Fritzing Fritzing. Platform Maker Education. Vpro zelfgemaakt. Webmaker and Video Editing tools with Doug Belshaw from Mozilla. ZB45 Makerspace. ZB45 is een Makerspace (of FabLab), gevestigd op het Zeeburgerpad in Amsterdam.
Open Inloop: Dinsdag 12:00-21:30 Tijdens de Open Inloop op de dinsdagen kun je gratis verschillende machines uitproberen. De tijd is dan wel beperkt en we verwachten dat je je kennis deelt met anderen. Neem je eigen bestanden of het materiaal mee dat je wil uitproberen. Op andere dagen zijn we open voor leden en voor mensen die ruimte of apparaten hebben gereserveerd.
Wij beschikken over een werkplaats met digitale maakmachines (lasers, 3D printers, CNC's, vinyl snijders) maar hebben ook ruimte voor staal- en houtbewerking. ZB45 wordt gefinancierd door de verhuur van werkplekken, machines, het geven van workshops en cursussen en het uitvoeren van productie-opdrachten. Meer weten over ZB45, kijk de bovenstaande video, gemaakt door Osira Verspyck. About Fablearn Fellows. The FabLearn Fellows program is part of a larger project sponsored by the National Science Foundation entitled “Infusing Learning Sciences Research into Digital Fabrication in Education and the Makers’ Movement.”
FabLearn Fellows brings together experienced educators from all over the world to create an open-source library of curriculum, resources, information, and contribute to research about the “makers” movement and digital fabrication in education. The Basics The 2014 FabLearn Fellows cohort is a diverse group of 18 educators and makers. They represent eight states and five countries, and work with a wide range of ages at schools, museums, universities and non-profits. Throughout the course of the year, they will develop curriculum and resources, as well as contribute to current research projects.
Our Goals Through this project, we hope to answer three major questions: LEGO 3D Milling Machine - "3D Printer" Fabacademy Amsterdam 2011.