3D Technology stories
Australia and New Zealand lagging behind the UK with infrastructure - potential BIM mandates
Autodesk and Infrastructure NSW have started the discussion around a potential BIM mandate by the Australian and New Zealand governments.
Police drop technology designed to predict motorists
The first report from police on safe use of computer algorithms behind their high-tech crimefighting tools reveals they were developing one to predict motorists' likelihood of getting into serious trouble on the road in the next three years.
Police using algorithms 'a huge problem' for biases, researcher says
A researcher is worried the proliferation of crime-fighting computer algorithms will only make ingrained police bias against Māori worse.
Azure to host worlds largest geospatial data platform, over 100 petabytes of 3D data
3D data company Euclideon has signed a partnership with Microsoft, unveiling plans to build the world’s largest geospatial data platform on the Azure cloud.
Infineon accelerates 3D facial recognition innovation
Infineon says the technology, which uses the REAL3 3D Time-of-Flight (ToF) sensor, features an easy-to-design integration for smartphone manufacturers.
Seequent adds 3D blast modelling software to portfolio
The geo-tech specialist has partnered with OreControl Blasting Consultants to add OrePro 3D software to its solutions portfolio.
Star Wars holograms are finally here
The HoloPlayer One is a device that projects 3D holograms that look like they are straight out of Star Wars...
New Zealand student uses milk protein to 3D-imprint cells that could possibly regrow limbs
A University of Canterbury PhD student is using milk protein to 3D-imprint muscle and bone cells...