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World Cup means new balls: Adidas designs ‘Brazucam’ camera football for journey to Brazil

Published 02 April 2014

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: football, adidas, world cup, brazil, sport, ball

Adidas has fitted a special version of the World Cup ball with HD cameras to capture its journey around the world

It’s a World Cup year which means several things: grown men crying like babies; increased absences from work due to ‘illness’; the global economy resurrected through beer sales, and of course ‘The New Ball’.

For each tournament a new football design is mustered (it hardly seems to happen in any other ball sport) that has a new eye-bleeding design, is made of all sorts of technogubbins, and will be the go to excuse for every goalkeeper from here to the Maracanã Stadium.

Yet Adidas has gone a step further this year by adding in HD cameras, which although missing from the actual ‘Brazuca’ match balls, will record a journey around the world on its way to Brazil this summer.

The official Brazuca game ball, without cameras

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Prepping for DEVELOP3D Live - 2 weeks to go!

Published 01 April 2014

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: design, solidworks, 3d printing, develop3d live, d3dlive, conference, event, show, wearable technology, bertrand sicot

So close you can smell the excitement seeping from its pores, DEVELOP3D LIVE is a mere two weeks away, and holds more goodies for you in a single day than any show you could wish to drudge around for a five times as long.

Our latest killer announcement is that DEVELOP3D LIVE will be hosting a SolidWorks User Group (SWUG) - where not only will attendees have the chance to meet SWUG honcho Richard Doyle on UK soil, but also be able to discuss the future of SolidWorks with its CEO Bertrand Sicot.

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Creaform offers free education manuals for 3D scanning

Published 31 March 2014

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: design, reverse engineering, education, 3d scanning, scanning, inspection, lasers

3D scanner company Creaform has launched fee manuals for education staff on how to use the technology

Portable 3D measurement solutions company Creafom has announced the release of two teaching manuals aimed at assisting educators teaching at universities, colleges and schools around the world.

As design and technology classrooms across the country have become transfixed with 3D printing and CAD, Creaform has created guides on how to best scan for reverse engineering and for inspection.

The manuals, free to download from the website, cover theoretical and practical information on 3D measurement technologies and their uses, including a lab guide on how to use Creaform technologies.

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Denise Greaves joins the DEVELOP3D team to help drive expansion in US market

Published 27 March 2014

Posted by Greg Corke

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We’re extremely excited to announce that Denise Greaves has joined DEVELOP3D, fulfilling the role of Director of Sales and Marketing North America.

Denise brings with her a wealth of experience in sales, marketing and business development, especially in exhibitions, which promote emerging technologies.

Denise also has a proven track record in both the AEC and manufacturing industries and will be central to driving our plans for further expansion into the US market and strengthening our considerable US community.

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