Uformia makes software systems for volumetric 3D modeling of reality that will revolutionize computer aided modeling, design and manufacturing - fundamentally changing what is made, who makes it and how it is produced. Uformia is at the modeling forefront, creating unique 3D software that will solve many of the problems of today's software, especially in the field of digital fabrication or 3D printing. Using bio-polymers, human cells and 3D printers, it is already possible today to fabricate human body parts such as bones. Every day objects can also be printed in 3D, such as jewelry, dishes and toys. The science fiction of 20 years ago is now fact, however what is missing in this 3D printing revolution is the right software. Uformia has developed a new technology, Digital Materialization, that is sophisticated enough to use for designing and fabricating things such as micro-structures and body parts while being easy enough for a hobbyist to use. Uformia is creating a new generation of design tools that will open new markets and undeveloped users communities.
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Nature-Made or Man-Made? Inside 3D Printing Attendees Try to Guess in The Nature Game
Check out the informative article from 3DPrint.com on The Nature Game: https://3dprint.com/158980/nature-game-inside-3d-printing/
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If you are in San Diego, stop by The Nature Game @Inside3DPrinting to view the finalists and vote on whether the objects on display are human or nature made.
The Nature Game
Submit your design to the first annual Nature Game challenge which poses the question: can an object be designed and fabricated by humans such that it looks, feels and/or acts like an object produced by nature? http://thenaturegame.org/
Review: The 11th Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing Conference 2016
From The TCT Magazine on the 11th Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing Conference last month: "The conference closed with a captivating and charismatic talk from Turlif Vilbrandt of Uformia. For those who’ve seen Turlif before or caught his TedX talk online you’ll recognise his brand of delivery which does away with endless text filled slides and instead flows through images and live demonstrations." http://www.tctmagazine.com/3D-printing-news/additive-manufacturing-3d-printing-conference-review/
New update for Symvol for Rhino customers is available. Check your email for details or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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A new spring version of the MeshUP Beta is now available for download, v00-07-02. Launch MeshUP and the in-app Update Form will automatically come up, or check your email for the download link.
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