Posted: June 22, 2011 | Author: Hilary Mason | Filed under: blog | Tags: 3d, makerbot, opensource | 8 Comments »
Last night I visited friends at Makerbot, where artist-in-residence Jonathan Monaghan scanned my head with a high-resolution laser scanner.
The model is available on Thingiverse and can be printed on your friendly neighborhood makerbot or other 3d printer.
There are lots of other awesome models of people and things to play with, including Stephen Colbert’s head.
I look forward to the emergence of plastic clone head armies!
Edit: Please note: thanks for asking, but brains are not included.
Posted: February 13, 2011 | Author: hilary | Filed under: blog | Tags: betaworks, fun, makerbot, pizza, video | 1 Comment »
A few weeks ago, a bunch of us spent two long evenings in the office assembling a MakerBot. Hudson Lines made an awesome timelapse video of it.
Betaworks builds a MakerBot from hudson on Vimeo.
Special thanks to the always awesome Adam (from MakerBot) for helping us breeze through the final configuration and calibration steps.