Ryerson hosts B3D 3D printing, scanning, software and design conference

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b3d1_jscott_oct291By Sawyer Bogdan | The Eyeopener

Advances in 3D technology are revolutionizing the way information is being accessed and recorded.

Tatjana Dzambazova, a production manager for Autodesk, says 3D imaging will go beyond the digitization of objects, and that soon they will be able to create 3D images of the whole world. “[3D printing] allows exploration. When you take a look at a picture you can stare at it as long as you want. When you have a 3D model, you can manipulate. It can explore [what] you can put in [the] context of environment and add to it,” she said.

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