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 3ders.org and the Olson Laboratory

2 comments

  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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