Astrology has featured prominently in the media in recent times. TIME magazine even reports that astronomers at the “Minnesota Planetarium Society” have discovered that the alignment of the stars as seen from Earth has changed as a result of the moon...

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The Menger-Sierpinski sponge is a fractal object first described by Austrian mathematician Karl Menger in 1926. Each face of the cube is a Sierpinski carpet, described by Waclaw Sierpinski in 1916. This fractal is a square divided into 9 equal square...

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Quite simply blown away…


Posted By on Jan 5, 2011

There was a time when all you would print was sheet music, but now you can actually print the musical instruments themselves. Amit Zoran from the MIT Media Lab used Rhino 4.0 3D modeling software to model a flute, and a 3D printer (the Connex 500) to...

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LEARN HOW TO MASTER THE CREATION OF READY-TO-PRINT 3D FILES

Our Design Guidelines for 3D Printing covers the basics for taking your designs into the third dimension with Sculpteo’s services. It covers each of our available materials and the specifics you’ll need to optimize your file for a 3D print in that ma...

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The team at Cornell University’s Computational Synthesis Lab (CCSL) are building a 3D food printer, as part of the bigger Fab@home project. This new type of printer will perhaps one day sit alongside your blender or microwave oven. Just pop liquid fo...

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Holiday trees in 3D


Posted By on Dec 29, 2010

Can you imagine the holidays without a Christmas tree covered in tinsel and baubles? Google gets into the festive spirit by placing 3D holiday trees in more than a dozen places on Google Earth 6. Check out the Rockefeller Center in New York City. The...

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What’s Geo-modeling?


Posted By on Dec 29, 2010

The process of making 3D models of real-life buildings that will appear in Google Earth is called geo-modeling. Google offers two of geo-modeling options: – Geo-modeling with Building Maker Google Building Maker is an online application specifically ...

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3D printing for architects


Posted By on Dec 14, 2010

Initially, 3D printing was not created for architects. In fact, most 3D printer manufacturers probably didn’t even foresee their machines’ potential in architecture. The printers were mainly designed for the aerospace and automotive industries, or ot...

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Design of the Week – Bandstand


Posted By on Dec 13, 2010

A bandstand was originally a widely open garden pavilion or kiosk of oriental inspiration and used for entertainment (belvedere, music, parties, etc.). In the nineteenth century, the term came to designate a few types and styles of constructions spec...

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