3D fluid scanning allow to capture the shape of any 3D object

3D fluid scanning

Posted By on Feb 10, 2011 | 0 comments

Friedrich Kirschner’s 3D fluid scanning allow to capture the shape of any 3D object using high contrast fluid like milk or ink.

“By capturing the silhouette of an object submersed in the fluid at different stages of submersion, one can generate slices, that, if properly stacked together, can be interpreted as 3D data”

The resulting data can be used in 3D animation software or for 3D printing

Via PSFK.com

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