My name is Karol and I have some ideas for apps with sensor and I still looking for best solutions.
I am Shashank from India. I have recently finished my master’s in Interaction Design. While my expertise is in UX/UI design, I am fascinated with AR and VR. Hence, I purchased the dev version of Occipital Bridge to explore if it can be used for rapid prototyping of designs.
So far it has been overwhelming!
My name is Pierre and I’m from Germany.
I write my Bachelor thesis about 3D scanners and would like to use the Structure Sensor for my prototype app.
My name is winnie, and new to the 3d scanning and plan to scan real object and import to my virtual reality game in unity3d.
looking for a turntable battery operated, hopefully get the sensor next week so I would start scanning.
I am a graphic designer and my work is at
Hey, I’m Allen. I got one of the original structure sensors on pre-order and have been using it for basic scans. I’m not a developer, so I had very little input here on the forums in the beginning.
I’ve been using it to teach classes and make 3D printed stuff for years now. came to forums to find out more about the new Bridge! can’t wait! hopefully I can just get the mask and remote.
Very excited to finally try my new Structure Sensor and Canvas app! I work in construction in the SF Bay Area and wish to use it for as-built houses (both interior and exterior. Most homes are small, typically 1000 sq. ft.-- 1800 sq.ft.; hoping there is a way to fuse multiple scans together? Any advice on room scans and house scans would be appreciated!
Hi u all my name is Tom Kaare born in Denmark grew up in Toronto alone with my father I have been on a road trip from Canada to Texas and back in an old Plymouth Worked 5 years in Norway a few years in Germany Now living in Denmark I am yes man glowing of positiv energi driven with a need t know well that was a bit background. I am not an app dev. Not yet. My friends say Im what you get crowsing Macgyver w. Indiana Jones
I walked in to b8ta store in Palo Alto and found your product.
We have been developing mobile medical collab app called WinguMD BodyMapSnap for a few years. Built out the integration with electronic medical records like EPIC and Cerner, and imaging archives like GE/AGFA/Philips etc, and make it to work like Slack in the secure medical environment.
I think the Structure Sensor can bring a lot of meaningful and cool use in medicine and we will be playing with it to find the best use case given the current capabilities of the sensor, and if possible we would want to be involved much deeper and help this make into the de-facto “must have” accessory for most of our user bases.
I will be asking lots of questions so be prepared and also I look forward to meet other medical community members to see how they are utilizing it.
I am Jan working in a university in Germany. We are starting our AR work here which shall use the structure sensor to augment views of manufactured parts.
Hi Shelley here, getting the feet wet with Structure IO and the bridge.
Hi I’m Miguel. I’m a web developer in NYC. I’m very green to iOS development. I’m passionate about content creation. I’m already loving what Bridge has to offer.
By the way if any Bridge Devs in NYC feel free to pm me If you are thinking about hosting monthly meetups or hackathon
My name is Kyle, I am a tradesmen studying Architectural Drafting and Visualization.
Very happy to be exploring Structure and Bridge applications for use in the AEC industries.
Excited to be here!
I’m Ian from 3Dify, a Brighton (UK) based 3D scanning and printing company. We enjoy working with artists and creating innovative tech installations, exploring 3D technologies, and AR and VR.
You can find out more about us and our work at 3Dify.co.uk.
We have used Skanect for various installations including the UK’s first 3D scanning and 3D printing art installation, and am also using photogrammetry for full body scanning, intrigued to see what the Structure Sensor can do.