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January 25, 2008

Milk and Legos = 3D scanner

at 11:17 am. Filed under Complex Hacks, Cool Gadgets, DIY Hacks


Good, fast and cheap. This is a real headslap idea once you see it. Just take some Lego, milk and a web cam to make a 3D scanner. Then use the software from Moviesandbox to input the image to your computer. I guess you might have to switch to chocolate milk for a light colored object. Of course the idea was borrowed from Michelangelo. Stanford University has a program to allow you to visualize Michelangelo’s work plus some other objects




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3 Responses to “Milk and Legos = 3D scanner”

  1. Jordan Horwich Says:

    Wow… Very neat idea. I’ll have to try this sometime…

  2. DIY: Ingredients make up a scanner - webcam, Lego and milk!- by Gadget, shop online blog of TechChee.com Says:

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  3. Tsadik Says:

    haha…. Looks more like Frodo, but hey.

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