3D Designs – Artdeko BG http://artdeko-bg.com/ Wed, 23 Nov 2022 02:18:57 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://artdeko-bg.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/artdeko-bg-icon-150x150.jpg 3D Designs – Artdeko BG http://artdeko-bg.com/ 32 32 Columbus’ Lost Communities Are Reborn With The Ghost Neighborhoods Project https://artdeko-bg.com/columbus-lost-communities-are-reborn-with-the-ghost-neighborhoods-project/ Wed, 23 Nov 2022 02:04:10 +0000 https://artdeko-bg.com/columbus-lost-communities-are-reborn-with-the-ghost-neighborhoods-project/ The Ghost Neighborhoods of Columbus project works to bring back communities once lost due to the National Highways and Defense Act of 1956. Credit: Logan Nowlin | Lantern Reporter When President Dwight Eisenhower signed into law the National Highways and Defense Act of 1956, the lives of thousands of Americans were forever affected, said Harvey […]]]>

The Ghost Neighborhoods of Columbus project works to bring back communities once lost due to the National Highways and Defense Act of 1956. Credit: Logan Nowlin | Lantern Reporter

When President Dwight Eisenhower signed into law the National Highways and Defense Act of 1956, the lives of thousands of Americans were forever affected, said Harvey Miller, director of the Center for Urban and Regional Analysis.

Miller said the law allows the US government to repossess land by compensating owners for public use and relocating all residents and businesses located in the affected area. Affected communities were divided, sometimes even destroyed, causing them to disappear when highways were built directly through them.

Almost 70 years later, the Columbus Ghost Towns Project brings these communities to life virtually and shares forgotten stories. Miller said the group’s primary focus was Hanford Village, a site popularized in the 1940s for African-American veterans returning from World War II. Hanford Village was almost completely destroyed less than 20 years later during the construction of Interstate 70.

“The highways were built with racist intent,” Miller said. “They were built mostly in black neighborhoods, either because they had to build them somewhere where there were people with little political power, or in some cases they actually wanted to clean up what they thought was slums.”

From 1945-47, 146 homes have been built in the “vibrant” community of Hanford Village, according to the project’s website. But as the highway cut through the center of the neighborhood in the 1960s, 67 homes were moved or demolished to make way.

Miller said the effects of those decisions are still visible today — remnants of those communities are plagued by noise pollution and poor air quality. Additionally, Miller said many current residents live in conditions of poverty due to their inability to share the generational wealth lost when their homes and lands were repossessed.

Yue Lin, a Ph.D. candidate in geography, said the Ghost Neighborhoods of Columbus project shows people what was lost when highways were built. She said they used machine learning technology to create realistic virtual renderings of destroyed communities.

“Machine learning techniques are used to detect building footprints and properties on Sanborn maps,” Lin said. “Deep learning models are used to detect building uses.”

Miller said most of the data provided to the machine learning technology is taken from Sanborn Fire Atlases. Hand-drawn fire insurance maps from the late 19th and early 20th century are “treasuries of information” because the group is able to extract information, such as the use of a building , Miller said.

Miller said that after more than a year of work behind them, the group has solidified the method and produced a success rate of over 90%. He said the next step for the group is to extract street addresses from the renderings. Once the group has access to the civic addresses of each building, they will be able to learn more about the residents and the businesses that occupied them.

After Hanford Village, the project will also create 3D models of historic ghost towns in Columbus, like Flytown and Bronzeville, according to the website.

Beyond that, Miller said the band isn’t entirely sure about the future of the project, but he’s excited about all the different directions it could take now that it has a method. proven.

“This method that we developed is really important and can be used very widely,” Miller said.

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5 Lucrative Metaverse Jobs You’ve Never Heard Of https://artdeko-bg.com/5-lucrative-metaverse-jobs-youve-never-heard-of/ Thu, 17 Nov 2022 18:00:00 +0000 https://artdeko-bg.com/5-lucrative-metaverse-jobs-youve-never-heard-of/ Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur the contributors are theirs. It’s no secret that the world of work is changing. With the advent of new technologies, such as virtual reality and the metaverse, many traditional jobs are disappearing and being replaced by new ones. In this article, we’ll explore five professions that anyone can enter the Metaverse […]]]>

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur the contributors are theirs.

It’s no secret that the world of work is changing. With the advent of new technologies, such as virtual reality and the metaverse, many traditional jobs are disappearing and being replaced by new ones. In this article, we’ll explore five professions that anyone can enter the Metaverse without any prior experience.

Chances are your kids are already spending time in the Metaverse, and by taking on one or more of these five lesser-known Metaverse jobs, chances are their wealth will increase significantly. Below I will discuss what these jobs entail and how money can be made with each:

Related: The Metaverse Is Where The Money Is

1. Metareal-real estate agent

With Metaverse property sales topping $500 million in 2021, it’s no surprise that becoming a real estate agent is one of the best ways to make money in the Metaverse. If you want to make it big in metaverse real estate, you’ll want to find virtual spaces that are in demand that you can eventually sell to customers who have extra cash.

For example, the Metaverse Sandbox can be a great starting point for beginners. Celebrities such as Paris Hilton and Snoop Dogg have purchased property here in the past, which has garnered a lot of attention from the media and fans who are willing to pay thousands to live near a famous person.

As a real estate agent, you will be responsible for finding good properties and presenting them to potential investors. You can find clients on Discord servers or crypto-related subreddits, and you can showcase and sell your properties using public listings or direct messages. With the right approach, you can earn a high income selling metaverse real estate.

2. Connector

With over 9.5 million game developers on Roblox, there is no shortage of creators who need help building and launching a game. This is where you come in.

As a connector, you will be responsible for researching the best potential game projects on the Roblox forum and connecting these creators with investors willing to invest money in them in exchange for a share of the project. You can find these investors on websites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo or by networking with people in the Metaverse community who have extra money to spend. Once you close the deal, you will earn a commission for making the connection.

3. 3D modeler

The metaverse is an exponentially growing digital universe. And as it grows, so does the demand for 3D assets. This represents a unique opportunity for those who have the skills to create 3D models. With the right tools and a bit of practice, anyone can become a 3D modeler and start making money selling their creations. You can earn hundreds of dollars selling a model.

A great way to start your journey if you’ve never created a 3D model before is to practice in the Shapeyard app. This simple tool will allow you to create 3D models that can be exported and sold in the metaverse. Once you’ve mastered the basics of 3D modeling, you can start selling your designs on marketplaces like ArtStation, Turbosquid, and Sketchfab. With tons of potential buyers in the metaverse space, from Roblox game developers to Decentraland platform landowners, the opportunities are endless for 3D modelers.

Related: 3 Ways to Build Lasting Wealth in the Metaverse

4. Trade for 3D Game Assets

While the hype around NFTs has waned considerably, the market for trading 3D gaming assets continues to grow exponentially. You might be wondering if a virtual weapon could even be worth anything. The answer is a resounding yes! In fact, a CSGO knife costs over $1.5 million.

However, you need to be a visionary if you want to make money in this space. You need to be able to identify 3D assets that will increase in value over time and buy them cheap so you can resell them for a profit later.

To get started, find a concrete metaspace, spend some time there, and really take the time to understand and fit in with the community to find some truly valuable items. Then, when you’re ready to buy and sell 3D models, you can use system-integrated marketplaces like Roblox Items. If you want to trade in many gaming metaverses at once, try trading platforms such as DMarket or Traderie.

5. Metfluencer

In the metaverse, becoming a rich and famous influencer is not difficult if you have talent. In fact, one of the most influential people in Roblox, Albert Spencer Aretz, otherwise known as Flamingo, is said to earn over $20 million a year. So how does he do it? Quite simply by making humorous videos on Youtube where he plays Roblox, which brings him both advertising revenue and donations from his fans.

Do you want your success story to be similar? To start, you’ll want to identify a metaspace that isn’t overcrowded, explore it, and start writing scripts to create your own gameplay videos. As the audience for this metaverse grows, you will become one of the top influencers in this space. However, you will have to be patient and shoot consistent videos until you go viral. Once you do, you could be on your way to earning tens of thousands of dollars.

Related: Here’s a Beginner’s Guide to Crypto, NFTs, and the Metaverse

As you can see, there are many ways to earn money in the metaverse. Whether you’re a 3D modeler, trader, or metfluencer, there are plenty of opportunities to make a good living creating and selling virtual assets. By following the advice in this article, your children could be well on their way to becoming metaverse millionaires.

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Focus on vision: November 14, 2022 https://artdeko-bg.com/focus-on-vision-november-14-2022/ Mon, 14 Nov 2022 17:11:03 +0000 https://artdeko-bg.com/focus-on-vision-november-14-2022/ AMETEK acquires Navitar AMETEK, Inc. acquired Navitara provider of advanced optical components and solutions for high precision applications headquartered in Rochester, New York. Navitar designs, develops and manufactures custom and fully integrated optical imaging systems, cameras, components and software. Its optical solutions serve applications in high-growth end markets, including medical and life sciences, machine vision […]]]>

AMETEK acquires Navitar

AMETEK, Inc. acquired Navitara provider of advanced optical components and solutions for high precision applications headquartered in Rochester, New York. Navitar designs, develops and manufactures custom and fully integrated optical imaging systems, cameras, components and software. Its optical solutions serve applications in high-growth end markets, including medical and life sciences, machine vision and robotics, and industrial automation.

Camera repair vs camera replacement

American Industrial will not repair a camera if it cannot fully test it. According to the company’s chief engineer, the first thing he does with any camera is OEM documentation, OEM software, OEM cabling, any plug-in modules, or whatever else is needed to fully test. this unit. American Industrial will test all aspects including I/O.

3D scanner/software combination inspects beverage cans

A global beverage manufacturer needed to inspect can pressure to improve quality management and reduce short downtimes during the filling process due to, for example, defective surface curvatures of a can . To eliminate this downtime, optimize the process and increase can production, the manufacturer sought to develop an app to inspect can pressure. The challenge the manufacturer faced was to inspect the pressure of cans directly on a conveyor belt at top speed using 3D scanning.


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Construction begins on a community of 3D printed homes in Texas https://artdeko-bg.com/construction-begins-on-a-community-of-3d-printed-homes-in-texas/ Fri, 11 Nov 2022 18:00:00 +0000 https://artdeko-bg.com/construction-begins-on-a-community-of-3d-printed-homes-in-texas/ Construction is underway on a community of 100 3D-printed homes in Texas co-designed by Danish architecture studio BIG and American building technology company ICON. Located in Georgetown – a municipality outside of Austin – the project aims to be the largest community in the world built using 3D printing technology. BIG and ICON designed 100 […]]]>

Construction is underway on a community of 100 3D-printed homes in Texas co-designed by Danish architecture studio BIG and American building technology company ICON.

Located in Georgetown – a municipality outside of Austin – the project aims to be the largest community in the world built using 3D printing technology.

BIG and ICON designed 100 3D-printed homes for a community in Texas

Dubbed Wolf Ranch, the community will feature homes co-designed by ICON and Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) that come in eight different floor plans with layouts ranging from 1,574 to 2,112 square feet (146 to 196 square meters) .

Construction company Lennar uses ICON’s Vulcan robotic construction system to print the structural elements of the houses.

“Better homes in every way”

The machines use a proprietary concrete developed by ICON called Lavacrete, which the company says is an “extremely durable building material” that can be printed at high speed.

According to ICON, robotics allows walls to be “produced with less waste and with more design freedom”.

“For the first time in the history of the world, we’re seeing a fleet of robots here building an entire community of homes,” said ICON co-founder Jason Ballard. “And not just any houses, better houses in every way.”

“In the future, I believe robots and drones will build entire neighborhoods, cities, and towns, and we will look to the Wolf Ranch community of Lennar as the place where large-scale robotic construction began,” a- he continued.

3D printed house under construction with worker
Homes are built using ICON’s Vulcan system

The houses will be double height, with the walls printed by the Vulcan machines, as well as some of the furniture.

Above the houses will be gabled roof structures clad in metal and topped with photovoltaic panels, according to the team.

The development will contain Texas ranch-style homes

BIG and ICON designed the home to resemble traditional Texas ranch style homes.

“Mixing contemporary Texas ranch-style aesthetics, the 3D-printed home community showcases high architectural and energy-efficient designs that highlight the benefits of resiliency and sustainability with the digital possibilities of additive construction,” said the team.

Inside, the material palette will feature Lavacrete’s grooved concrete on the polished concrete walls and floor.

The plan of the neighborhood resembles that of a traditional American suburban layout with driveways, courtyards, and streets connecting the houses.

Ranging from three to four bedrooms, the homes will retail from around $400,000 and will be available for purchase in 2023.

Other 3D printed residential projects in the United States include the first two-story 3D printed house designed by Hannah in Ithaca, New York and 3D printed houses in California which construction company Mighty Builders says are the first in the world to reach net zero.

Photography courtesy of ICON.

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Intelsat buys a mini-satellite built in 3D | Advanced Television https://artdeko-bg.com/intelsat-buys-a-mini-satellite-built-in-3d-advanced-television/ Tue, 08 Nov 2022 10:06:26 +0000 https://artdeko-bg.com/intelsat-buys-a-mini-satellite-built-in-3d-advanced-television/ Intelsat has ordered a small 12-transponder mini-satellite from the Swiss manufacturer “SWISSto12” of its HummingSat spacecraft. It will be Intelsat-45 when it launches in 2025. The HummingSat is one-tenth the size of a conventional geostationary satellite and contains many parts that will be 3D printed. Only about the size of a washing machine, it will […]]]>

Intelsat has ordered a small 12-transponder mini-satellite from the Swiss manufacturer “SWISSto12” of its HummingSat spacecraft. It will be Intelsat-45 when it launches in 2025.

The HummingSat is one-tenth the size of a conventional geostationary satellite and contains many parts that will be 3D printed. Only about the size of a washing machine, it will still carry 12 Ku-band transponders and be placed in a normal geostationary orbit. It will weigh around 500 kg. At the moment, there is no specific target for its orbital slot which will be determined closer to its launch date.

“The SWISSto12 product brings two innovations to meet our business needs,” said Jean-Luc Froeliger, SVP of Space Systems, Intelsat. “The small size fills a gap in our fleet strategy, allowing us to be increasingly targeted to meet specific customer needs. Additionally, the additive manufacturing process used for this spacecraft paves the way for faster satellite construction cycles in the future. We are confident in HummingSat technology and want to support the success of new players in the field of commercial communication satellites.

There are many satellite manufacturers who have parts of the craft built with “additive manufacturing” components. Airbus, for example, uses 3D additive manufacturing where metal is needed (often titanium) but the process has to deal with extreme temperature variations. The process also saves money.

HummingSats have a volume of just over a cubic meter, about one-tenth the size of conventional satellites placed in geostationary orbit. SWISSto12 develops the satellites in collaboration with the European Space Agency (ESA) as part of its public-private partnership program. Each HummingSat is designed to be launched as a rideshare mission on a rocket carrying one or more large spacecraft to a GEO transfer orbit. The new range of satellite products recently passed its system requirements review, assessed by a panel of ESA experts.

Dr. Emile de Rijk, Founder and CEO of SWISSto12, said: “The awarding of the IS-45 program by Intelsat is a significant moment for SWISSto12. We are honored to embark on this journey with Intelsat, who are the founding architects of satellite communications. It is unprecedented for a high-growth, specialized scale-up to secure such a large contract with a leading telecommunications operator. It provides a good start for our HummingSat product line to open a new chapter in the satellite communications industry.

Dr de Rijk added that the costs will be at least 3 times cheaper than more traditional orbiting satellites.

SWISSto12 is a leading manufacturer of payloads and advanced satellite systems, including the HummingSat: a small but powerful geostationary telecommunications satellite. The company’s satellites and payloads benefit from unique and patented 3D printing technologies and associated

Radio Frequency (RF) product designs that provide lightweight, compact, high performance and competitive RF functionality.

Besides its space portfolio, the company is also active in telecommunications, surveillance and radar applications for the aeronautical industry. SWISSto12 has successfully expanded commercially in Europe, the United States and Israel and is the fastest growing Swiss aerospace company. SWISSto12, spun off in 2011 from the Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), is a private company supported by eminent Swiss and European investors.

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Learn in 3D: Extended Reality Lab for New Students https://artdeko-bg.com/learn-in-3d-extended-reality-lab-for-new-students/ Sat, 05 Nov 2022 20:15:29 +0000 https://artdeko-bg.com/learn-in-3d-extended-reality-lab-for-new-students/ Extended reality technology, the catch-all phrase used to describe augmented and virtual reality, is breaking through barriers both at Lehigh and abroad. Steve Sakasitz, instructional designer for the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning, said the student development lab will be located in the basement of the Fairchild-Martindale Library Computer Center. The lab is […]]]>

Extended reality technology, the catch-all phrase used to describe augmented and virtual reality, is breaking through barriers both at Lehigh and abroad.

Steve Sakasitz, instructional designer for the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning, said the student development lab will be located in the basement of the Fairchild-Martindale Library Computer Center.

The lab is for students interested in extended reality.

“Whether it’s building 3D worlds, doing 3D modeling, or doing 360 video, if students are interested in that kind of thing, or even just making 2D games, it would be the place to do it,” Sakasitz said.

The Student Development Lab will join the Visualization Lab, or XR Learning Lab, which is currently located at CITL and began as the Data Visualization Lab. Along the walls of the pre-existing laboratory is a MultiTaction Curved iWall, intended to digitally display data. VR headsets are scattered on tables throughout the space.

Sakasitz said the initial focus of the lab was the visualization of large and expansive data. Now it is mainly used by Lehigh faculty for higher education XR exploration.

“We look at academic apps or apps that lean toward building empathy, diversity, or cultural elements,” Sakasitz said.

Psychology professor Valerie Taylor uses virtual reality in her research on interracial interactions.

She said research shows that people are challenged by interracial interactions, but the more people are challenged, the more positive the results can be.

“Interracial interactions are tough,” Taylor said. “They are difficult. They often go wrong, but if you have them they are supposed to lead to better results because now you have experience interacting with people across different lines of difference.

When studying these processes in survey or laboratory research, she said it was difficult to know whether subjects were behaving authentically or trying to meet perceived expectations. teachers.

She said the use of extended reality techniques makes it possible to see how people engage in different interactions in a virtual space. If done right, it allows researchers to see people’s natural responses in a way that isn’t always available in the real world or in surveys.

She explained that when subjects put on a VR headset, the simulated world becomes their actual reality.

“Your brain actually understands the simulated world, for a while, like the world you’re in,” Taylor said. “It feels very, very real. We know this because if things happen, you may be surprised. Your heart rate may increase. You may start sweating if it scares you.

Khanjan Mehta, vice-rector for creative research and director of the Mountaintop Initiative, directs the Global Social Impact Fellowship program.

The program addresses sustainable development issues in the Philippines, Kazakhstan and Sierra Leone. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, students were unable to travel to these countries in January conduct fieldwork, a typical component of the program.

Mehta describes this period as frustrating as program projects were stalled and learning goals were not met.

He said he wondered how the program could help students develop “cognitive flexibility” so they could have context for their research and design.

Without immersion in the environments they studied, Mehta said students struggled to ask the right questions.

“To solve important questions, you have to ask important questions,” Mehta said.

This led Mehta to 360 degree videos. While in Sierra Leone, he used a 360 degree camera to film the hotel where the students would be staying, the streets of Sierra Leone and a health facility there.

“If you’re working on a diagnostic device that’s going to be used in (a health facility), you need to know where it’s going to be used, what it looks like, and what kind of training do local nurses and health workers have. “, said Mehta.

He said watching the videos helps students feel more comfortable before they arrive in Sierra Leone.

“It’s not very often that many of our students find out what it’s like to be in the minority somewhere in terms of skin color, what you’re wearing, or a lot of different factors,” said Mehta. .

At the XR Community of Practice meeting, Jeffrey Heflin, associate professor of computer science and engineering, said he likes how XR can make things more accessible.

“I like the idea that you can do things that would be too expensive in a real classroom,” Heflin said.

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3D Printing Filament Market Size, Market Drivers & Trends, Opportunities & Challenges, Risks by Key Players – ProtoPlant, Stratasys, 3D Systems, ObjectForm https://artdeko-bg.com/3d-printing-filament-market-size-market-drivers-trends-opportunities-challenges-risks-by-key-players-protoplant-stratasys-3d-systems-objectform/ Wed, 02 Nov 2022 09:00:40 +0000 https://artdeko-bg.com/3d-printing-filament-market-size-market-drivers-trends-opportunities-challenges-risks-by-key-players-protoplant-stratasys-3d-systems-objectform/ The latest published study on the Global 3D Printing Filament Market offers a detailed overview of the factors influencing the global business scope. The 3D Printing Filament market research report presents the latest market insights, current situation analysis with upcoming trends and breakdown of products and services. The report provides key statistics on the market […]]]>

The latest published study on the Global 3D Printing Filament Market offers a detailed overview of the factors influencing the global business scope. The 3D Printing Filament market research report presents the latest market insights, current situation analysis with upcoming trends and breakdown of products and services. The report provides key statistics on the market status, size, share and market growth factors. The study also provides information on past and current market trends and developments, drivers, capabilities and changes in the market capital structure industry. The study will help market players and market consultants to understand the continuing structure of the 3D Printing Filament market. Our analysts monitoring the situation around the world explain that the market will generate remunerative prospects for producers after the COVID-19 crisis.

Going forward, the market size is expected to grow at 28.2% CAGR during the period 2022-2028.

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ProtoPlant, Stratasys, 3D Systems, ObjectForm, Biome Bioplastics, 3Dom, Zortrax, Taulman3D, MyMatSolutions, FormFutura, 3ntr, Polymaker, Shenzhen eSUN Industrial, Tiertime, Shenzhen Rebirth 3D Technology, and others.

Industry News and Updates:

Stratasys has acquired 17 companies, including 6 in the last 5 years. A total of 3 acquisitions were from private equity firms. It also sold 1 asset. Stratasys’ biggest acquisition to date was in 2013, when it acquired MakerBot for $403 million. Stratasys has acquired in 6 different US states and 5 countries. The sectors most targeted by the Company include machinery (27%) and business services (14%).

Global 3D Printing Filaments Market Segmentation:

Market segmentation : By type

1.75mm type

2.85mm/3mm type

Market segmentation : By app

Aeronautics and Astronautics

Automotive

Medical

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3.2 Downstream

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4.1 Company Profiles

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4.3 Production, income (2016-2021)

4.4 SWOT analysis

Chapter 5 Global 3D Printing Filament Market Analysis by Regions

5.1 Market Status and Outlook (2016-2028)

5.2 Market size and growth rate (2016-2028)

5.3 Local market capacity, import, export, analysis of local consumption (2016-2028)

Chapter 6 Analysis of the North American market by country

Chapter 7 Analysis of the Chinese market by country

Chapter 8 Analysis of the European market by country

Chapter 9 Asia-Pacific Market Analysis by Country

Chapter 10 Analysis of the Indian market by country

Chapter 11 Middle East and Africa Market Analysis by Country

Chapter 12 South America Market Analysis by Country

Chapter 13 Global Market Segment by Types

Chapter 14 Global Market Segment by Applications

Chapter 15 Market Forecast by Regions (2022-2028)

Chapter 16 Annex

Regional outlook:

North America dominated the market in 2019 and accounted for the largest revenue share of over 37.0% and is expected to witness a CAGR of over 18.8% over the projected period. Increased investment by the U.S. aerospace and defense industry to manufacture high-end designs and models for critical components such as spacer panels, circuit boards, spare parts and others is expected to support the growth of the regional market within the estimated timeframe.

In 2019, the United States was the largest consumer of 3D printing filaments in North America. Growing defense industrial activity and increasing motor vehicle production in the automotive sector in the region is expected to support demand for complex parts and components such as vehicle exterior and interior body components requiring 3D printers. positive impact on the market.

In Asia-Pacific, the market accounted for the second largest revenue share in 2019 due to increased spending in the manufacturing sector involving the production of tools, fixtures, electronics, toys, and others. 3D printers offer a significant reduction in the manufacturing time of the aforementioned products compared to conventional CNC machines.

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Dar Al Arkan completes the region’s first 3D-printed villa in Riyadh https://artdeko-bg.com/dar-al-arkan-completes-the-regions-first-3d-printed-villa-in-riyadh/ Sun, 30 Oct 2022 10:01:24 +0000 https://artdeko-bg.com/dar-al-arkan-completes-the-regions-first-3d-printed-villa-in-riyadh/ Leading Saudi developer Dar Al Arkan has completed the kingdom’s first two-storey 3D printed (3DCP) villa, which stands at 9.9m in height, in the residential development of Shams Al Riyadh. The villa was built with locally made materials including cement, sand, rocks and stones, with varying degrees of concentration, to ensure that the structure is […]]]>

Leading Saudi developer Dar Al Arkan has completed the kingdom’s first two-storey 3D printed (3DCP) villa, which stands at 9.9m in height, in the residential development of Shams Al Riyadh.

The villa was built with locally made materials including cement, sand, rocks and stones, with varying degrees of concentration, to ensure that the structure is up to four times stronger than traditional construction.

Building on its success, Dar Al Arkan is currently building the second villa, which will usually take a month to complete. Already the first floor stands have been fully competed and that too in just eight days, he said.

The use of 3CDP technology is the first achievement of its kind in the region as it accelerates the speed of construction while improving safety and reducing waste and errors.

The villa was printed directly on site, during the summer without any cooling equipment or shading, indicating that the technology is capable of printing houses all year round and in any part of the Kingdom, said the developer.

Dar Al Arkan stressed that he followed strict protocols and an evidence-based approach to ensure that the project, including the first villa, is built safely in accordance with Saudi building codes in all aspects.

It had launched 3DCP technology in the fourth quarter of last year to lead the transition of the construction and real estate sector towards advanced and sustainable building practices and complement Saudi Vision 2030 goals to support economic diversification and digitization.

Unlike traditional methods of building homes, 3DCP cuts construction time by more than half, is more flexible and requires less labor since it only takes three workers to build a house. This, in turn, also helps reduce lost-time injuries, creating a safer workplace, the developer said.

Additionally, Dar Al Arkan said less concrete is needed to complete a building, making the technology more sustainable and a viable solution for a low-carbon construction industry of the future.

For consumers, the combination of these benefits ensures lower and more affordable costs compared to traditional construction, he added.

While 3DCP increases construction accuracy, the Saudi developer pointed out that there will also be fewer repairs and rework, which will help reduce long-term costs and increase property value.

A combination of reduced construction material waste, less need for repair or rework and low on-site LTI incidents will enable very cost-effective project management compared to traditional construction, he added.

Wael Al Hagan, Project Manager, 3DCP, Dar Al Arkan, said: “We are currently building the second villa, which will usually take a month, but we have already completed the first floor in just eight days. This 3D printed villa has additional insulation layers and features that ensure energy conservation, saving up to 30% in energy consumption.

“We urge all industry experts to visit us and see for themselves the first villa completed and the second under construction,” Al Hagan noted.

“Our efforts are focused on developing the kingdom’s real estate sector by incorporating the latest trends and technologies, drawn from global best practices to improve our industry locally and achieve the goals of Vision 2030. The introduction of construction 3D printing will allow us to allows us to focus on greater design flexibility, boost productivity and achieve better profitability,” he added.

The Saudi developer said that this technology will revolutionize the way customers buy their homes in the near future, as very soon they will be able to choose from different digital building designs and simply allow their home to be printed with a click.

Dar Al Arkan will continue to develop industry standards to consolidate the kingdom’s position as a leader in this sector, while making the company highly competitive in 3DCP technology, he added.

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PrinterPrezz partners with NAMIC to explore the development of 3D printed implants in Singapore https://artdeko-bg.com/printerprezz-partners-with-namic-to-explore-the-development-of-3d-printed-implants-in-singapore/ Tue, 25 Oct 2022 10:04:52 +0000 https://artdeko-bg.com/printerprezz-partners-with-namic-to-explore-the-development-of-3d-printed-implants-in-singapore/ Manufacturer of medical devices PrinterPrezz signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to explore the development of 3D printed medical implants with collaborators in Singapore. Work with the National center of innovation in additive manufacturing (NAMIC), PrinterPrezz is set to partner with Singapore Health Services (SingHealth), the National Health Group (NHG), and the National University Health […]]]>

Manufacturer of medical devices PrinterPrezz signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to explore the development of 3D printed medical implants with collaborators in Singapore.

Work with the National center of innovation in additive manufacturing (NAMIC), PrinterPrezz is set to partner with Singapore Health Services (SingHealth), the National Health Group (NHG), and the National University Health System (NUHS). The agreement represents PrinterPrezz’s entry into the Asia-Pacific market and will work to expand the development and adoption of additively manufactured implantable products.

Under terms defined by the collaborators, the organizations will explore areas of collaboration in the development of 3D-printed implantable products; R&D in the musculoskeletal and orthopedic fields and business creation models in new emerging fields; and exploring additive and advanced manufacturing processes and technologies in emerging industry sectors.

As PrinterPrezz expands into the Asia-Pacific region, it will also establish a design and innovation team in Singapore.

“We have had a collaborative relationship with NAMIC since 2019 and are now able to expand our innovation activities and outreach to the clinical community by establishing a strong on-the-ground presence in Singapore,” commented Shri Shetty, Founder and CEO of PrinterPrezz. “This will allow us to grow in the region from a strong base of support from the Singapore government, which understands the importance of advanced manufacturing technology and its impact on medical science.”

“As life expectancy increases, new treatment modalities will need to emerge to meet the unique needs of patients,” added Ho Chaw Sing, co-founder and CEO of NAMIC. “We are delighted that PrinterPrezz has chosen Singapore and are excited for what this expanded collaboration will bring – a close working relationship with our clinicians to bring the best ideas to fruition, from napkin sketch to regulatory approval, positioning Singapore as a leader. of the profitable patient-specific medical devices market in Asia.

Earlier this year, PrinterPrezz also partnered with Uniformity Labs to produce medical device apps, while in 2021 the company acquired service provider Vertex Manufacturing.


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Adobe gets into the generative AI image game https://artdeko-bg.com/adobe-gets-into-the-generative-ai-image-game/ Fri, 21 Oct 2022 16:07:58 +0000 https://artdeko-bg.com/adobe-gets-into-the-generative-ai-image-game/ Tools like DALL-E, which create images based on the text you type, have been buzzing on social media lately. But now Adobe, the behemoth of design, photo and video software, is also looking into this intriguing branch of AI technology. As the company pointed out at its 2022 Max conference, the new features will appear […]]]>

Tools like DALL-E, which create images based on the text you type, have been buzzing on social media lately. But now Adobe, the behemoth of design, photo and video software, is also looking into this intriguing branch of AI technology.

As the company pointed out at its 2022 Max conference, the new features will appear as beta options in Photoshop, Lightroom, Premiere Pro and other apps that are part of the company’s Creative Cloud suite.

Adobe Unveiled 10 Projects Involving AI During Conference Sneaks(Opens in a new window) session:

  • Smart Composites Project: Turns the once tedious process of compositing images into backgrounds into a simple drag-and-drop process with automatic adjustments for color and shadows.

  • Instant add-on project: Simplifies the typically complex and time-consuming process of editing videos and adding VFX effects in post-production by using AI to automatically map graphics to the chosen element in the video.

  • Type of magnetic project: Allows anyone to instantly attach and merge any shape, even hand-drawn calligraphy, to a piece of live digital text.

  • Project vector edge: Provides designers and their teams with the ability to view, edit, and collaborate on 2D designs in 3D environments during the design process.

  • Motion Mix Project: Enables creators to easily create looping, high-quality human animations with realistic human movement, all from a still image.

  • Blink Project: Helps everyone quickly find and extract highlights from video content, making editing videos as easy as editing text. Project Blink is now available in beta and you can register to access it.

  • Art scenes of the project: Transforms 3D scenes using styles from 2D illustrations. Creators can quickly create high-quality, stylized 3D content that will be essential for the future of VR and AR experiences.

  • All about me project: Makes images without cropping a breeze. Leveraging AI, Project All of Me generates uncropped components of photos, removes unwanted distractions, and can even alter the clothing of the photo subject.

  • Project Beyond Seen: Easily generate full 360 degree panoramas from a single 2D image to create realistic and fully immersive 3D environments.

  • Project carried out in the shade:Allows users to move a person or object in a photo and cast realistic shadows, making editing 3D images simple and intuitive.

You can watch demos of the new technology on the Adobe Max Sneaks YouTube channel(Opens in a new window).

(Credit: Adobe)

The most fascinating of these to me is Project All of Me, as well as those that create 3D scenes from 2D images (although CyberLink(Opens in a new window) did something like this many years ago when 3D video was a hot topic).

Adobe Project All of Me

(Credit: Adobe)

While it doesn’t completely generate an image from text like DALL-E and others do, All of Me doesn’t just replicate a consistent background, but actually creates body parts and clothing that do not exist in the original image.

At the Adobe Max conference, company executives also mentioned a Beta Neural Backdrop Filter for Photoshop, which will allow you to say to the software, for example, “Take me to Thailand” and then generate a back drop. -proper plan, or tell Lightroom to change a photo from day to night.

According to company press materials, “In Photoshop, generative AI will allow you to add new objects to an image, create variations based on your existing image, or even add a new section to your composite. simply by describing what you want.” He also mentions that Adobe Express will have generative AI features, although Canva already has a beta AI text-to-image generator tool.

Adobe has announced a slew of other new features for its software, which you can read about in our Adobe Max 2022 news article.

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