SMARTlab presents at AHeSSC/JISC ‘Life cycle of a digital object’ conference & workshops, UCL

2009-09JISCWorkshop

SMARTlab will be participating in the University College London 2009 3D Colour Laser Scanning conference and AHeSSC/JISC workshop, this 3rd and 4th of September ’09.

The Life cycle of a digital object workshops will provide hands-on experience, from laser scanning to visualization and 3D printing and is aimed at anyone (particularly conservators, curators and educators) interested in user engagement and 3D objects.

Conference:

Prof. Lizbeth Goodman will give a keynote speech at the conference on the 4th September.

Workshops with:

Përparim RamaArchitectural Systems: Generating, Optimising and Analysing, Architectural and Urban Developments (Download PDF).  Rama is an MA/PhD supervisor at SMARTlab, in the area of 3D Generative Architecture  and  SMARTbuilding design.

Toby BorlandMAGICbox rapid prototyping and RepRap demo. Toby  is MAGICbox Manager and Researcher. He will present the machines used within the MAGICbox prototyping lab and the outcomes of SMARTlab’s research into Accessible Technology, Personal and Community Fabrication. Toby will demonstrate his rendition of the RepRap (Originally conceived by Dr. Adrian Bowyer of Bath University): a self replicating rapid prototyping machine that has been built in-house at SMARTlab to make copies of itself using a laser cutter. The RepRap machine provides an excellent example of open source, user-led manufacturing.

Places are FREE but limited.

To register, please reply with your contact information (email, phone number) to l.sadler@ucl.ac.uk

URL http://www.ucl.ac.uk/museums/research/3Dscanning/conference2009/

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