This year Direct Dimensions is excited to be heavily involved in SIGGRAPH 2011 in Vancouver (August 7-11). We have been invited to participate in the "The Studio", a special, hands on area within SIGGRAPH where 3D industry experts and conference attendees use the latest technologies to create new works, experiment, and collaborate.
Direct Dimensions' President Michael Raphael will also be taking part in a round table entitled: Scan – Model – Print: A Roundtable Chat.
Learn more about the Studio here.
Thursday, June 30, 2011
Friday, June 24, 2011
In this month's newsletter we officially introduced the amazing Mantis Vision F5 Scanner.
You can read about how the F5 can be used for facility scanning, see a video of the F5 quickly scanning an accident scene, or download a product brochure.
If you haven't signed up for our newsletter yet, you can do so here.
Posted by Sara Ebright at 8:03 AM
Wednesday, June 22, 2011
At Direct Dimensions our employees are multi-talented! Modeler Dan Haga recently published a photography book featuring historic industrial facilities (which he is also an expert at digitally modeling).
Entitled Urban Atrophy, this collection of amazing photographs "...will take you to another world, a surreal dream where all the people just disappeared and left everything behind," says Dan. Urban Atrophy is available now on Amazon.com!
Posted by Sara Ebright at 1:43 PM