3DS101: Artec Structured Light Scanning


Interested in learning how to reverse engineer objects? Or reproduce priceless scientific collections to send out to distance learning teachers around the state? What about 3D scanning applications in the medical industry? Or what if you simply want to 3D scan your face and paste your head onto a hunky bobblehead body?

In this 60-minute workshop, you'll learn everything you need to know to scan objects from the world around you and go from mesh to model using a method of 3D scanning called structured light scanning, or SLS. SLS uses bright, flashing patterns and a series of cameras to measure the 3D shape of an object by reading how shadows projected across the model shift and change -- which powerful software can interpret as depth in order to reconstruct the geometric shape of the object's surface. Finally, you'll learn how to repair, trim, and edit your scans to turn them into functional objects that you can ultimately even 3D print.


SAF101: Basic safety in the Innovation Wyrkshop


Innovation Wyrkshop



60 minutes



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College of Engineering & Applied Science Innovation Wyrkshop
(307) 766-6460  |  |
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