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Marcus Aurelius by @tblatt of @custom3dstuff #throughglass

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Marcus Aurelius by @tblatt of @custom3dstuff #throughglass by custom3dstuff Jun 23, 2013

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I used my Google Glass today to capture photos handsfree at the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore. Then the photos were sent to Autodesk's 123D Catch, and assembled into a mesh, and cleaned up in Meshmixer.

http://toddblatt.blogspot.com/2013/06/3d-scanning-through-glass.html

by Todd Blatt of Custom3dstuff.com

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Obj unfortunately does not print with OpenSource 3D printers, the default for all OpenSource printers is .stl format. More people in Europe will be able to print this with an stl, in fact more people in the world will be able to print it as the printers you mentioned are mainly used only in the USA although there may be a few dotted around the world.
public 3D scanning its not a provocation anymore..
Here we do this all the time with Iphones and other smartphones..

i believe the look of someone, 3D scanning with his google glasses much is more stupid than one with conventional camera equip.

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public 3D scanning its not a provocation anymore..
Here we do this all the time with Iphones and other smartphones..

i believe the look of someone, 3D scanning with his google glasses much is more stupid than one with conventional camera equip.
How can you print an .obj, what is this format? please could you supply an stl so that this can be printed?
Needs a tad bit more cleanup to slice and print well. I will fix it today or tomorrow if someone else doesn't beat me to it.

Obj prints in makerware and repg too.
Obj unfortunately does not print with OpenSource 3D printers, the default for all OpenSource printers is .stl format. More people in Europe will be able to print this with an stl, in fact more people in the world will be able to print it as the printers you mentioned are mainly used only in the USA although there may be a few dotted around the world.
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