A FIT1041 research project by Daniel Stanhope, 3D scanning and printing human figures.
Only a few years ago it was something of a novelty to have yourself 3D scanned and purchase a small 3D printed figurine as a memento of the occasion. Today this process is fast becoming a viable alternative to visiting a photographic studio.
For his FIT1041 research project, Daniel Stanhope explored the 3D scanning and subsequent 3D printing of human figures using the sensiLab Artec Eva 3D scanner and Makerbot 3D printers. Daniel was able to investigate the the setting up, editing and post processing involved in scanning high resolution geometry, and advise sensiLab researchers on best practice for capturing full scale human figures in 3D.
Use your brain activity to build an abstract 3D form that you can 3D print and take home with you.
Investigating and prototyping technology-based solutions for the development and provision of accessible graphics.
How can 3D printing and low-cost computing help the vision impaired see the world? This project uses 3D printing augmented with Raspberry Pis and electronics to create multi-sensory accessible maps.