3D printing and Augmented Reality: The HIV Drug Simulation

Using Augmented Reality to Track the Interaction of two 3D Printed Models

Posted By on Oct 18, 2011 | 0 comments

Today, New Scientist’s Paul Marks published an interesting article including a C&EN video about Arthur Olson, professor at The Scripps Research Institute, who demonstrates how he uses an augmented reality custom-made software called AutoDock to track the interaction of 3D printed models of an enzyme (HIV protease monomer) and a drug molecule that inhibits the enzyme.

Here you can find the video shared by New Scientist and an additional older video (2006) that explain how it’s done.

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