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3-d modeling


'Digital Grotesque': Computers design gorgeous 3D-printed room

Project aims to defy architectural conventions with an elaborate, 3D-printed baroque grotto designed almost entirely by algorithms.

By September 18, 2013


3D printing to build robotic dinosaur models

Drexel University is starting to create 3D scans of fossils to better study the motion of giant dinosaurs through small-scale robotic models.

By February 22, 2012


Autodesk crunches numbers for greener buildings

The architecture and design software company is trying to popularize green building retrofits with a suite of sustainability analysis tools for building professionals.

By October 27, 2009


ExitReality turns Web sites into 3D sandboxes

ExitReality is a new service that turns Web sites into 3-D worlds. Will that be enough to keep people coming back to it as more than a gimmick though?

By September 17, 2008


Photos: Intel forum in review--from Atom to Tolapai

From the UrbanMax concept PC design to the Moorestown and Nehalem processors, there was a lot to take in at this year's IDF.

By August 24, 2008


A memo to Disney, re: Hannah Montana nonsense

An aggravated mom questions Disney's motives for saying Hannah Montana's 3D concert film will be a one-week theater release, and then changing its tune.

By February 6, 2008


Vision Series: Computers replace petri dishes

One of five industries in the throes of a tech metamorphosis, the life sciences field is hoping information technology can help it deal with an explosion of data and a rush for new pharmaceuticals.

By June 2, 2003


Face recognition gets lift, U.S. says

Spurred by two federal antiterrorism statutes, the Commerce Department releases a study showing that face-recognition technology is hitting its stride.

By March 25, 2003


Commentary: IBM advances toward autonomic computing

The company makes a reality out of the "2001: A Space Odyssey" fantasy of building self-regulating computer systems using parallel processing.

March 8, 2001


SafeGuard&#039&#039s 10 killer trends

November 30, 2000