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How to make a 3D scanner from an Xbox 360 Kinect

How many times have you sat there and thought about getting a 3D Scanner? If you are in to 3D printing then it’s probably a lot. If you go online and look for a 3D scanner you will find a lot of them with extremely high price tags. From $120 - $32,000. Seems a bit crazy on the high end but you are paying for the resolution. The idea behind a 3D scanner is that you use a laser that bounces back to a camera to tell it the contours of the model. Well what does a Kinect do? It scans a body for motion tracking using lasers and a camera. BINGO, there is a 3D scanner waiting to be used.
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Cherry MX-Board 3.0 Blue Switch

In the line of MX-based keyboards the Cherry MX-Board 3.0 comes out strong with its design of this fantastic keyboard, however...
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Rowkin Bit Stereo Earphones

Harnessing the power of tiny, Rowkin has introduced a device that…
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Hands on with the Lenovo Yoga Book

In Juanuary 2008 Apple announced the original Macbook Air and within months everyone wanted one just to be seen with it. It was as much a computing device as it was a fashion statement. There have been a few devices of this kind over the years, devices you wanted to be seen with. The new Lenovo Yoga Book is such a device, it begs to be picked up, and you want it to be looked at. The Yoga Book brings innovation to tablets and 2 in 1's as well as an impressive feature list, and it does it all with style.
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Megacon 2016 Mega Photo Gallery

Megacon 2016 is here and brings with it a huge turnout of cosplay, celebrity appearances, and some of the coolest merchandise you can get your hands on. From rare collectibles to clothing and that perfect accessory for your costume, Megacon has it all. This show is one not to be missed and there were attendees from all over the USA and other countries.
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In Win Foresight’s Server Products

Every builder or techie has at some point arrived at a search presenting some very flashy and amazing looking towers, from the automated expansion of the H-Tower to the portable durability of the D and H Frame, these cases are well thought out and many times inspired design from other products such as the Ducati and other flashy vehicles. Frame models cost around 200-500 dollars while the H-Tower runs for a whopping 9,000 or more dollars.
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