Although there have been a wide variety of conceptual products that use 3D printing as a final method of manufacturing, the stakes have been pushed higher over the last couple of years to really push rapid prototyping into a rapid manufacturing stage whose aesthetic and functional qualities are embedded within the aesthetics of the final piece - something that is rarely ever done with traditional manufacturing techniques. One recent example of how 3D printing has been used other than to create a prototype or otherwise 'typical' 3D printed object comes from LA-based Synthesis Design + Architecture (SDA).
A brand new app, developed by the Computer vision and geometry Lab of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurick (ETHZ), is set to bring 3D scanning to the masses. With this new app any mobile phone could easily be turned into a 3D scanner.
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