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Correct me if I'm wrong, but this is the largest upload in Thingiverse history!
882 files @ 10.4 GB uncompressed! Includes 212 individual PEOPLE and all the source files for your learning pleasure.
I present to you citizens of Thingiverse, PEOPLE! 212 individuals to be exact! This thing represents a vast majority of all the people I have 3D scanned. The scanning software I use is called Reconstructme which uses an XBox 360 Kinect as the scanner. Every person I scanned was 3D printed on site in a matter of minutes using my MakerBot Thing-O-Matic or Replicator.
How was I able to obtain so many scans of PEOPLE?
Throughout the year I have been invited by various galleries, exhibitions and institutions to show off MakerBots and demo/display my scanning work. Scanning and printing PEOPLE gives them an intimate look into 3D printing and provides a basis for their understanding of all the possibilities.
Chicago Ideas Week @ Oriental Theater, Chicago
EXPO Chicago 2012 @ Navy Pier, Chicago
Facemask exhibition @ Zhou B Art Center, Chicago
Improbable Objects exhibition @ What It Is gallery, Chicago
Maker Faire Detroit @ Henry Ford Museum, Detroit
1) scale (if you want)
I typically slice at .4 infill, 1 shell. Print speed is usually at 150mm/s on my TOM and 180mm/s on my Replicator WHILE USING SAILFISH FIRMWARE!
4) MAKE ALL THE PEOPLE!
PEOPLE by Moceri is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.
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- You must attribute (give credit) to the creator of this Thing.
- Remixing or Changing this Thing is allowed.
- Commercial use is allowed.
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