“All Things 3D” covers some developments of 3d Printing in Medicine
November 14, 2014
“All Things 3D” covers the field of 3D Printing, a huge burgeoning industry that covers a lot of territory. One area it heavily impacts is Medicine, printing artifical kidneys in China, livers, skin, etc. Here are a few from this company based in California, that has first rate Hangout production.
Softec , a local non-profit technology organization held a dinner event (11/12/2014, 5:30-8:00 p.m. PST) that will included a panel of local medical professionals, engineers and myself to talk about how technology is being used in Medicine and answer questions. Learn about the GI camera, daVinci robotics, 3D scanning & fabrication and the future use of medical VR.
Here’s the Hangout
Dr. Scott Klioze: Radiologist
We talk with Dr. Scott Klioze, a board certified radiologist from Saint Augustine, Florida who is using social media and YouTube to inform the public about the theory and practical applications of MRI and CT scanning, about his views on 3D in Medicine and the role radiology has played in bringing 3D visualization and fabrication to forefront of the media’s attention on the 3D.
Interview with Dr. Dan Copp and Dentistry in 21st Century
In this episode we talk with Dr. Dan Copp, a popular and in demand dentist here on the central coast who has been using 3D technology in his practice for several years now. Dan worked with me last year to create a full set of 3D scans using the iTero intraoral scanning system and then I had them printed on a Form 1 with the clear resign to create a set of teeth that matched mine exactly. We will talk about that as well as our latest project and the future of dentistry.
And if you want to help us? Head out to our website and click on the link to purchase your very own set of chic black drink coasters with the white ‘All Things 3D’ logo from $15 – $30 depending how many you need or want to contribute. This will keep us up and running and keep my spouse from throwing me and all my 3D stuff out on the street. Just kidding, just me.
This episode was recorded on the 1st of September, 2014. And if you want to see firsthand how the iTero scanning system is used, head out to our YouTube channel All things 3D.
Interview with Professor Paul McMenamin and his Plastic Body Parts
In this episode we talk with Professor Paul McMenamin of Monash University, you know the school down under about his rather unique collection of body parts. You see there made of out plastic and colored with ink jet ink to look like actual cadaver body parts. Join us as we find out how his team at Monash accomplished this and who may benefit.
This episode was recorded on the 29th of July, 2014. And if you aren’t squeamish, come check out the video of this interview out on our YouTube channel. “All Things 3D”… If you dare?
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To find out more about his process, read his paper pubished last month.
Webinar on Medicine, dentistry, research and 3D fabrication
“A two hour free seminar on how 3D technology is changing the way medicine is performed, with experts who are using it now in the field of medicine, dentistry, research and 3D fabrication. As well as a step-by-step tutorial on viewing and creating 3D models from your own medical scans.