If you’re thinking about getting a 3D printer, but are concerned about your modeling skills, check out the Lynx A 3D Camera ($1800). The makers call it, “the world’s first point-and-shoot 3D camera”. The camera creates 3D models of anything your point it at. Its primary uses are scene modeling, motion capture, or object modeling. So whether your an animator modeling a new super hero or capturing models for your 3D printer, this camera can handle it. And it doesn’t hurt that you save thousands of dollars by not having to purchase individual pieces of equipment.
Axiom wants to democratize camera technology by creating the Axiom Beta: The First Open Digital Cinema Camera ($2600) is intended to provide fully open documentation, complete upgradability, and the ability to change the behavior of existing features. Their new Indiegogo campaign will give supporters the choice between two sensor modules. The Truesense KAC12040 and the ...[Read More]