3D Printing at Over The Air

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This is a necropost – resurrected from the now defunct blog of a previous employer.

Various pieces of 3D printed gadgets.

We had an amazing time at Over The Air 2013. We’ve teamed up with ThingMaker to digitally scan attendees. Our long term aim is to release on GitHub a collection of faces which artists and game designers can re-use.

The definite highlight was scanning Annie, one of the veterans of Bletchley Park.

An old woman in a wheelchair smiles as she is 3D scanned.

Our thanks also to Faberdashery who were able to supply us with filament for the 3D printer in exactly the right shade of blue for our logo.
I’m really looking forward to getting my hands on some of their glow-in-the-dark material.

Here are some of the great photos taken by us and our new friends. Special thanks to Rachel Clarke and Simon Kisner

Over the Air 2013

3D printed Darth Vader #ota13

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Printing whistles on a 3D printer. #ota13

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  1. Alex Gibson says:

    I recognise that 3D printer 🙂

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