Augmented Reality and 3D Printing for Molecular Biology

Dr. Arthur Olsen, Professor of Molecular Biology at The Scripps Research Institute, demonstrates software that allows a webcam to track the motion of 3d printed models along with a 3D printed model of a virus that self assembles when shaken (not stirred).

via and the Olson Laboratory


  1. Glenn Slingsby

    Wait until we’re all walking around with our augmented reality implants changing the way we each see the world…

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