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Rural Studio: Design Build From The Heart

ENTRY 71Newbern, ALSunday, October 19, 2014

A person’s character is revealed when you drop in on them unexpectedly. The character you want to experience is a gracious one, as both Gayle Etheridge and Brenda Wilkerson demonstrated, when you stop by unannounced as we did when visiting Ru…

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FARO Laser Scanning Meetup In Orlando Area

ENTRY 76Lake Mary, FLFriday, October 24, 2014

What happens when you fill a meetup with college students? You can power a small city, that’s what. Tons of energy in the house tonight. FARO organized a large event during our Orlando stop and they packed the event with students an…

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Sparking A Passion For Electronics And Open Source

ENTRY 90Niwot, COThursday, November 20, 2014

One of the perks of traveling around the USA is the chance to meet people in person that you have only known by email, phone, or social media. As a researcher and journalist, I talk to a lot of companies. That’s part of how the 3DRV roadtrip …

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Bekka Stasny Awarded 3D Printer Grant For Electa Lee Students

ENTRY 94Bradenton, FLThursday, November 20, 2014

I have long believed that we could solve our energy crisis if we simply found a way to tap into the latent energy found in educators. If you are feeling down or tired, just hang out with a teacher and by osmosis, you will feel more upbeat and…

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Visiting Laser Scanner Country In Florida

ENTRY 98Tampa, FLFriday, November 21, 2014

Thanks to a web request from Dr. Lori Collins, Co-Director of the Alliance for Integrated Spatial Technologies (AIST), we got to spend a wonderful day at the School of Geosciences at the University of South Florida. AIST sort of sounds like a…

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Studying Bats And Batcaves With 3D Laser Scanners

ENTRY 101Oak Ridge, TNFriday, November 21, 2014

All across the USA, we have found museums and national parks, to name just a couple, that are quietly pushing the edge of what’s possible with 3D technology. They are doing it not for the technology’s sake, although it is cool, but for school…

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Your Brain Has Been 3D Printed

ENTRY 103Philadelphia, PAFriday, November 21, 2014

Well, maybe not your brain, but a brain. In all its glorious intricacy, the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia created an exhibit with a 3D printed brain. When the family visited the Institute during a 3DRV stop, it was a must-see museum. It …

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