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An iPad App To Make All Your Selfies Go 3D | TechCrunch

An iPad App To Make All Your Selfies Go 3D  | TechCrunch | Leadership Think Tank | Scoop.it
Itseez3D, the first app to partner with computer vision technology company Occipital, can turn any picture you take with your iOS camera into a 3D object...

Via Groovin' On Apps, Timo Ilomäki
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Maker culture is becoming more ubiquitous...

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Render, Embed and Publish Interactive 3D Objects with Cubize

Via Robin Good
Robin Good's curator insight, May 11, 2013 10:29 AM

Cubize is a web app which allows you to upload standard 3D CAD files and have them rendered as 3D interactive, manipulable objects that can be embedded on any web site.

Supported 3D file formats include:

  • Collada (.dae)
  • Wavefront (.obj)
  • 3DS (.3ds)
  • Lightwave (.lwo)
  • Polygon File Format (.ply)
  • Standard Tessellation Language (.stl)
  • Object File Format (.off)

With Cubize it is also possible to choose how the 3D objects are rendered (materials and textures, shininess, reflectivity, bump maps and more) and displayed in terms of size and aspect ratio, whether they are floating or on the ground, its background and more.

3D objects rendered with Cubize can be annotated, commented, tagged and easily shared on all social media channels.

To run Cubize your browser must support WebGL. Check here for compatibility.

Free plan available.

Pricing: http://www.cubize.com/plans/

Features: http://www.cubize.com/features/

Find out more: http://www.cubize.com/

Check more video demos: http://www.youtube.com/user/Cubize3D?feature=watch

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3-D printer enlivens students’ ideas

3-D printer enlivens students’ ideas | Leadership Think Tank | Scoop.it

In the corner of Jason Steele’s classroom at Oblock Junior High School in Plum, Pa., two 3-D printers whirred softly as they slowly created two objects out of blue plastic thread.


Mr. Steele is using the four printers in his eighth-grade technology education classes to allow students to develop a three-dimensional object on a computer and turn it into a physical product.


Via Gust MEES