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A new Rembrandt created with 3D printers

New Rembrand with 3D printers

When you look closely, it looks like a classic Rembrandt painting that maybe you haven’t seen before. You can’t imagine it was actually created with 3D printers by a team of data analysts, developers and art historians.

The painting, called the “Next Rembrandt” was developed by the Amsterdam-based advertising agency J Walter Thompson for its client ING Bank. First they gathered data from all of Rembrandt’s paintings that were then analyzed with a unique software and facial recognition algorithm. Based on this data, new features were generated and a two-dimensional image of a person was created. The final painting was realized after the data was fed to a 3D printer, which released different layers of ink onto a canvas to recreate the painting texture similar to a real Rembrandt.

Watch the video to see how it was done, amazing!

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Dacuda – a wireless pocket scanner

This looks like an awesome product!

Dacuda is a  mini wireless scanner that lets you scan anything, anywhere and sends an image to your phone or computer in real time. The  scanned image is high-res and probably much clearer than a picture from your phone. You can even open and edit the scanned text in Word. Super useful for designers! It’s already on my wish list.

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