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Mai 1, 2015 - 3D-Druck News

Microsoft integriert 3D-Druck in Windows 10

Microsoft integriert in Windows 10 die native Unterstützung für die 3D-Druckplattform Spark von Autodesk.
Das gab Microsoft auf der aktuell stattfindenden Entwicklerkonferenz //build/ 2015 bekannt. Autodesk hatte die Spark-Initiative im Mai 2014 vorgestellt.
(…weiter auf computerwoche.de)

Jan 21, 2015 - 3D-Druck News

Cutting Edge Microsoft HoloLens is an Augmented Virtual Reality Computer for Your Face

Today, Microsoft held a conference to announce a number releases related to the new Windows 10 operating system, but all eyes were on the HoloLens, which, in a way, is the company’s answer to the now defunct Google Glass and Facebook’s Oculus Rift. Looking at it from another standpoint, however, HoloLens is much more, and not just because of its envisioned 3D printing applications.
(…weiter auf 3dprintingindustry.com)

3D print your own Lumia 1020 powered space telescope Ultrascope

James Parr, founder of the Open Space Agency, had his dream about going to space when he was 10 years old. Now, thirty years later, Parr founded Open Space Agency (OSA) to develop a range of open source automated robotic observatories (ARO) that are capable of capturing pro-level images of celestial objects.
(…weiter auf 3ders.org)

Lumia 3D Printed „Ultrascope“ #MakeItHappen

Microsoft has teamed up with The Open Space Agency (OSA) to create the first ever 3D printed automated robotic observatory, called an ‘Ultrascope’ – with a Lumia 1020 smartphone powering the apparatus at its core. The OSA is a collection of passionate and amateur designers, engineers and scientists from around the world who dedicate their free time to the exploration of space. With the help of Lumia technology, James Parr, founder of the Open Space Agency, was able to make his dream happen and designed this clever piece of easily assembled, affordable, 3D printed equipment. The amazing observatory telescope, with Lumia Camera technology at its heart, allows those who are fascinated by outer-space to take professional celestial photography – empowering them to study the nature of space. Follow the journey and see how Microsoft #MakeItHappen
(Quelle: Youtube)

Okt 8, 2014 - 3D-Druck News, 3D-Scanner

Microsoft teams up with CyArk to bring world heritage sites in most detailed 3D to the web

Heritage sites are a significant part of our collective memory and we are losing them at an alarming rate. Using pioneering 3D laser scanning and web technologies, Microsoft has partnered with CyArk, a nonprofit organization to create a brand new website that showcases the world’s most treasured cultural sites. Based on 3D models scanned and built by CyArk, the brand new CyArk.org will feature a number of sites in 3D.
(…weiter auf 3ders.org)

Sep 16, 2014 - 3D-Druck News, 3D-Software

Microsoft and 3D Systems Team up to Offer a Cloud Based Printing Solution via the 3D Builder App

Back in November of last year, Microsoft enter the 3D printing space from a software standpoint. This is when they announced the release of the 3D Builder application for Windows 8.1 machines. Although a small step into the realm of 3D printing for Microsoft, there was little doubt, at least for me, that this was the precursor to a more elaborate plan for the software giant to capitalize on the emerging market.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

Jul 1, 2014 - 3D-Druck News

Microsoft Wants 3D Printing Accessible for Everyone

The biggest challenge to new owners of 3D printers is navigating the series of steps necessary to get that first object printed. Those wanting an „out-the-box-experience“ may be surprised at the amount of work required. From finding (or designing) 3D printable content to calibrating the print bed, 3D printing has yet to become a user-friendly experience for newcomers who want to take advantage of the technology.
(…weiter auf 3dprinterworld.com)