If you missed Michael's Live Liberty Bell Webinar for SME last week, don't be sad! You can still access it here. And, while it is no longer live, we are still happy to answer any questions you might have.
Tuesday, April 28, 2009
Tuesday, April 21, 2009
Direct Dimensions' work with Biodiesel University was featured on the PBS series "Motorweek." Direct Dimensions laser scanned and digitally modeled the bus interior to help Biodiesel University visualize the space planning of the Mobile Lab.
This episode reported on the alternative renewable fuel biodiesel. Other episode highlights include an "apple seed" hot water tank conversion, a local biodiesel co-op, and an overview of what biodiesel fuel can do, and why "homebrews" feel it's an important step in moving away from traditional fossil fuels.
You can see our Animated Walkthrough around minute 3:25 of the video!
More about Biodiesel University here.
View our Biodiesel University Featured Project here.
The full segment will air again this Thursday March 19 at 8pm on PBS and MPT.
Friday, April 10, 2009
Attend the Innovative Technology and American History in 3D webinar on April 22, 2009. Michael Raphael, President of Direct Dimensions, Inc. explains how accurate 3D laser image data from the actual Liberty Bell was used to create a 3D CAD model of the original Pass & Stow design. Learn more and register.
Posted by Mark Ludwig at 2:35 PM