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November 9, 2016

This Week in 3D - Nov 9, 2016

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VR is Totally Changing How Architects Dream Up Buildings [Wired]
From the lower Manhattan offices of New York architecture firm SHoP, you can explore buildings around the world—including ones that don’t yet exist.

More than Hype: How AI, 3D Printing, and Virtual Reality Technologies are Maturing [Cornell.edu]
CEOs of IrisVR, 3D Bio, and x.ai share perspectives at a Johnson Thought Leader Series panel discussion in New York City.

Schiphol Airport Takes out Hassle of Travel with 3D Scanners [3Dprintingindustry.com]
In an effort to make things simpler Schiphol airport in Amsterdam has introduced two new 3D scanning systems that allow customers to keep liquids and electronics inside their bags when passing through control.

Osram Opto Showcases Laser Bar for LiDAR Systems [Compoundsemi.com]
At electronica 2016 Osram Opto Semiconductors is showcasing a four-channel laser that could make MEMS-based LIDAR systems (Light Detection and Ranging) for autonomous and semi-autonomous driving a reality.

Preserving Volterra: How Drones, Lasers, and 3D Scanners are Saving 3,000 Years of Italian History [ibtimes]An hour from Florence, Volterra stands threatened by natural disasters and human wear. New technologies are helping to preserve it.

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