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Announcing PhotoSculpt

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2014 was an exciting year for us. The relationships and partnerships we developed have added tremendous value to our network and paved the way for a huge 2015. One of the things we’re most excited to announce is the formation and launch of our new retail presence, PhotoSculpt. We are deeply honored by the outpouring of support and excitement our …

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RTX 2014

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We are back from Austin and descending from the excitement of Rooster Teeth Productions‘ ever-growing annual event, RTX. Having never been to RTX, I was not quite sure what to expect; but I was blown away by the experience and can safely say that it was the best show we’ve been to this year as a company. People often take for …

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Dallas Comic Con 2014

In Events by Greg Slagel3 Comments

This year Captured Dimensions went to Dallas Comic Con at the Dallas Convention Center!   We had a blast at the convention, scanning in over 250 people and assembling a terabyte of data. We scanned everyone from cosplayers to celebrities. Some people even came back multiple times throughout the con in different costumes. Everyone we got to talk to was blown …

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A Few of Our Goals for the Art Community

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Our team has a deep interest in the world of art. Though I am almost completely inept in my artistic abilities, personally, I have a profound respect for those with a gift for engaging the imagination and sharing a story or idea with their hands. In this age of increasing pervasiveness of digital tools and means of self expression, those …

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Wedding Fever

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We just finished up with the 24th annual Dallas Bridal Show. It was a seriously wild ride. My voice will probably be recovering for several days. We had some very interesting conversations and met plenty of amazing people. Having never really approached the wedding market with what we are doing, I was unsure what the reception would be like. I …

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Replicating Your Child

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After months of eager anticipation, my daughter was born last month. Naturally, one of my first desires was to get her into our studio for a 3D scan. So, at 2 1/2 weeks, we dragged my 6 pound daughter (and her mom) into the middle of our array of cameras and fired away. A couple hours and 25 shots later …

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Our first stab at pet capture

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The past several months have been quite exciting, and it has been amazing to experience our progression from simple low quality model captures to highly detailed face and head captures and beyond to giant statue recreations full-body replicas. One of the services we had been eagerly anticipating from the outset was the capture and replication of pets. A couple weeks …

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A Statue of… Me?

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It has been an incredible year in the world of 3D printing and the various technologies supporting it. It is now obvious to anybody paying attention that the idea of additive manufacturing is bound to have a broad-sweeping range of applications in nearly every market in the years to come. Companies like Stratasys, 3D Systems, and MakerBot are making headlines daily and experiencing explosive …