AEC Infrastructure management guru at Autodesk and author of Between The Poles, Geoff Zeiss, opines on attracting and retaining design and technology professionals while the existing workforce ages.
The UC-Berkeley lab that prototyped fast 3D city model generation using airborne lasers now brings us a cheaper and innovative method to map interiors in 3D.
SIGGRAPH news today is abuzz with the benefits of 3d modeling in the health field.
Technology Review reports on a "chemically pure crystal composed solely of proteins that can be read and reversibly switched between at least two different states using nothing but light."
Stephen Holmes of DEVELOP3D talks with Legacy Effects about bringing the Iron Man exoskeleton alive. “… We’re doing that three-dimensionally from the beginning, we’re not doing lots of concept art that then needs to be turned into a model or an asset later on, it’s straight into the 3D world. The changes that you make, […]
"Acting within 24 hours of receiving a request from researchers, the National Science Foundation late last week made an emergency allocation of 1 million compute hours on a supercomputer at the Texas Advanced Computing Center at the University of Texas to study how the oil spreading from BP's gusher will affect coastlines."
IBM scientists have created the smallest 3D map of the earth - so small that 1,000 maps could fit on a grain of salt.
Last month, I attended the annual meeting of the ESRI Petroleum User Group (PUG) in Houston, Texas. This is the conference where oil and gas companies’ GIS professionals learn the latest applications of ArcGIS and geospatial technology to the exploration and production workflow. It was my first time at ESRI PUG, having worked as a […]
Scientists use 3D printer to create first printed human veing using human cells and printed onto "bio-paper."
Anatoly Zenkov offers a tool (download for PC and Mac) that tracks your mouse's movement across the screen. Turn on the utility, minimize it and go about your business on the computer.