Direct Dimensions, Inc. recently made national news for their work in developing a new surgical procedure to help a wounded U.S. Army soldier who returned from Iraq with a severe facial injury. Working with plastic surgeons at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, DDI used its advanced 3D laser scanning technology to capture a hand-sculpted model of the nose and then digitally rebuilt the nose in order to create a custom surgical guide.
Scanning and modeling engine for a redesign helps customer meet tight deadline
Laser scanning and digital modeling clay sculptures to create scalable fine art
Part 5 in our series will discuss Inspection / Analysis technologies, techniques, and applications
Portable, compact, point-and-shoot laser scanner for industrial applications
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