Instructors: Jamie Calcagno-Roach & Laura Taalman
Have you ever thought “I wish I could recreate an object and 3D print it but I don’t know how to design it?” 3D scanning is a technology that allows the user to scan an object and recreate it in 3D to allow it to be 3D printed. Together we will be learning about different types of 3D scanners available to us in the library and best practices for scanning objects. This will be an exploratory project in which selected faculty and the facilitators will learn together, generate ideas, and reflect on discoveries. No previous experience required.
At the completion of this sandbox, participants will be able to:
- EXPLORE the purpose of using 3D scanning in teaching and learning.
- CREATE 3D objects using different 3D scanning methods.
- IDENTIFY the best practices for which 3D scanning method works for which projects.
Mondays & Wednesdays May 22, 29, June 3, 5, 10, 12
To apply visit http://jmu.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_4PdxqmpDb6L0hRX
Application Deadline: 5:00pm on FRIDAY, MAY 10TH
Selected participants will be notified by May 15th.