LNDL 3D Scanning Pop-up Class
In this workshop Billy Friebele and Jon Malis will introduce the concept of 3D scanning. This includes handheld infrared scanners, 3D scanning attachments for cell phones, photogrammetry and free apps that allow users to create 3D models from photographs.
A 3D scanner is a device that analyses an object to collect data about its shape. It then constructs a digital model that can be altered, animated, or 3D printed. This can also be accomplished by stitching multiple photographs together.
Participants are encouraged to bring objects to scan.
Note: shiny objects are more challenging! We will experiment with different scanning techniques and learn.
About Pop-Up Classes
Pop-up classes are extracurricular workshops designed to facilitate hands-on learning and discovery. The LDNL series this fall includes: Geographic Information Systems, Practical Photoshop, Basics of Tinkercad, 3D Scanning, and the Arduino Blink Challenge. Classes are available to faculty/staff/students.