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Archives for 2014
The Lasersaur is an open-source laser cutter and engraver. It uses an 80W CO2 laser to cut precise shapes out of sheet material.
Cutting Area: 1220mm x 610mm (48″ x 24″)
The DAVID Laser Scanner is a structured light scanner. It detects projected light patterns to build up three-dimensional models. The scanning scale ranges from 30 mm to 240 mm.
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The Structure Sensor is a 3D scanner for mobile devices. It uses reflected infrared light to construct up three-dimensional models. The scanning area ranges from handheld object up to entire rooms.
New York’s Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) has acquired a kit for building and programming a simple games console and four other DIY electronics products for the museum’s collection of “humble masterpieces”. These new additions will be featured by the Department of Architecture and Design.
As well as the Arduino, four other computer-based masterpieces have also been added to the collection: Ototo, MaKey MaKey, the Colour Chaser and the DIY Gamer Kit. Read more about it at MoMA’s Blog Inside/Out. It’s a keynote moment for the intersection of Art and Technology.