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Making 3D hand scans with cameras, lasers and Raspberry Pi (Tomorrow Daily 312)

Engineering student creates a DIY scanner aimed at making better 3D images of our hands, and a designer collaborates on a project combining pottery, sound waves and 3D printing.

Photo courtesy Pieter Smakman

On today's show, Ashley and Jeff take a look at the Curatio scanner, a device designed to more accurately scan human hands for imaging purposes, and "Solid Vibration," a collaboration of sound, ceramics, and 3D printing. The Curatio might someday be used for creating custom devices, ranging from medical casts to sports equipment. "Solid Vibration" might not be used to further scientific goals, but the final product is so intricate and beautiful we couldn't help but share with you.

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