Diffusion Science radio: 3D Paper and Identity theft

3D Paper and Identity theft


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Pandora archive news by Ian Woolf
Connor Moore discusses about printing 3D objects with paper, with Ian Woolf,
Joanna Spasojevic presents Morphometric Face Analysis: A Potential Solution for Identity Theft at Australia's Borders
Presented and produced by Ian Woolf

PANDORA web archive
Australia's Web Archives blog
DGS 3D - durable photo-realistic colour 3D printing using A4 paper
printed orange
Printed Orange

Geoff Hancock
Geoff Hancock next to the MCor Iris 3D printer

Conner Moore
Connor Moore with his mini-Me scanned on a Kinect and printed on the Iris





August 26, 2013

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