Tag: photogrammetry

  • 3D Scan Yourself

    One of the big projects I’ve been working on is assisting with a course with our Arts & Technologies cluster called 3D Foundations.  3D scanning using photogrammetry is a part of the curriculum in this course and students in this class are tasked with making their models and manipulating them in some way. In order to […]

  • Autodesk Educational Software: What is Available, How Do I Get it? Current Updates for 2018

    Currently at Plymouth State we do have Educational licenses for Autodesk software. I can tell you that we do have Inventor, Maya, Fusion 360, Netfabb, 3DSMax, Mudbox and Recap available from the educational products at Lamson Library. Additionally we also support Meshmixer and have Autocad 2016 on our macs at Lamson. A full list of […]

  • Teaching 3D Scanning in the Field through Photogrammetry

    For our newest Student Technologist employee, I had a challenge. Using a self-directed learning method, I asked him to 3D scan one of our icons on campus – our panther statues – his task was to reproduce this model through 3D printing.  I had attempted capturing one in the winter, but it was not successful […]